Is “more easy” a correct grammatical way of saying “easier”? What other ways can you express the word “easier”?
In modern English, it’s easier. The form more easy used to be fairly common but it has just about disappeared. British English and American English evolved very similarly on this issue.
Usually, when adding -er results in at most two syllables, the single-word comparative is preferred, while more is preferred otherwise: harder, faster, simpler, odder, more even, more difficult. There are however many exceptions.
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