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so, "more" and "smaller" in this sentence do not require than.

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E cannot be the right answer as the double comparatives are always wrong.
The most common error with double comparatives is the usage of both the -er ending and the word more
Wrong: Mary speaks more highlier of the iTouch than the iPod.

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