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Comment from: Shady_arc [Visitor]
I certainly would advise against using "более большой". It sounds grammatical, but very awkward, as "I have been drinking drinks at the drinking party". Given that "big" and "more" are commonly used words, I would suggest to simply use the adjective "больший".
When it comes to the words that are frequently used, it is important to stick to constructions that are typically used with them, and therefore expected by a listener. One can hardly mess up in a sentence about "An acid being more concentrated". But as for "a more big building". . . I am not sure I have ever heard it this way (i.e. "более большой"). It is irrational, no matter how you look at it. Even if the language is not your native, you still have to properly decline the adjective (больший or большой) to make it agree with a noun. So "более большой" doesn't solve anything. The grammar seems OK, but stylistically this is horrible, much like the use of "иметь" to express the idea "to have".
05/19/10 @ 07:54

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