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The adjectives good and bad have irregular forms of companson: good, better, best and bad, worse, worst.
The other day is an idiom meaning a few days ago: I met an old friend the other day.
Use the phrase at home to mean in the house. With such verbs as come or go no preposition is necessary: He wants to go home.
The meaning of the first sentence is that you don't like the two colours together. The intended meaning is that you don't like either of them, even separately.
If we join clauses with different subjects, we use and even after a negative: He didn't write to me and I was worried.
In English, two negatives are equal to an affirmative statement. You should avoid using two negative words in the same clause: when not is used, none changes to any, nothing to anything, nobody to anybody, no one to anyone, nowhere to anywhere, neither ... nor to either ... or.