Recently, I read a sentence that got me confused. I am not sure if that sentence was originally created from a different language other than English and translated into English, or it was created by an English speaker. Please enlighten me with your explanation.
We are not less delighted to find an early primrose because we knew well that the season of the service to look for primrose is in March and April not October.
What I struggle is why couldn't it say, "we are very delighted to find...?" If "not less delighted" means very delighted, can "not more delighted" mean very angry? I am not familiar with these terms at all. Please help! Read on »