Students often ask me “what is the comparative of much?”
I am guessing that they want to know about ‘much’ as an adverb meaning ‘nearly’ or ‘approximately’. (It has many forms)
In which case, I would say that ‘more’ is the comparative of ‘much’. And for that matter, the superlative is ‘most’.
- They are much the same.
- He is much like me.
- Did it hurt much?