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Is it grammatically correct to say like this ?

"This answer makes more sense here "

Can i say "Makes more sense " to mean correct answer ?

"Here" means question

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    It puts two extra-contextual locatives close together (you have to point two ways in the context). // 'Makes more sense' can be used for answers not obviously right or wrong, not for say '2 x 3 = [7]'. May 7 at 14:06
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    "Makes (more) sense" doesn't necessarily mean something is correct: Make sense="Be intelligible, justifiable, or practicable." This question needs more details and an indication of exactly what you're worried about.
    – Stuart F
    May 7 at 14:41
  • Is it okay if use makes more sense to mean more logical ? Thank you
    – Heylo
    May 8 at 11:39

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