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Is it grammatically correct to put “more” instead of “more of” immediately before a predicative noun in this sentence?
I came across this sentence and I'm not sure if it is grammatically correct.
Are the dinosaurs of Jurassic World more fact or fiction?
The word "fact" and "fiction" are nouns. I'd use "more of" instead of "more" and I would say "a fact" and "a fiction". Anyway, I don't think it is right to say "That meal is more breakfast."