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"Meglio/Migliore" Vs. "Peggio/Peggiore" In Italian


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Hi everyone, I got a doubt during these days about Italian grammar, and I would to see your opinions about how to say this phrase correctly, please check it out:

There is nothing worst than a cold coffee.

Non c'è niente di peggiore di un caffè freddo. Or should I say "peggio" instead of "peggiore"?


Thank you guys!

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Hi Paco. The sentence you posted is perfect. Both "peggio" and "peggiore" are correct. "Peggio" is maybe slightly more common, but "peggiore" is fine too. It's just a matter of personal preference, so use the one that sounds better to you.

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