How do you spell "more"?
To begin with, we will determine which part of speech is the word “more”. This may be an adjective to a comparative degree. The prefix "on" softens in this case a comparative degree. How do you spell "more" in this case? Together.
The adverb "more" means a sign of the state in its meaning, refers to adverbs. The composition of this word includes a comparative degree of adverbs. Example: "He was just thinking how to collect more money."
We come to the wording of some rules:
- Adverbs are written together in the form of a comparative degree, which are formed by the prefix "by": "more", "deeper", "lighter". Example sentences: "For fishing, we chose a place downstream, there was plenty of space."
- The name of the adjective form of degrees of comparison with the prefix "is" written together: "more" means "more".
"By more" how to spell? The correct answer is one! Therefore, always and in all cases we write "more."