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English Grammar Lessons - Comparison of Adjectives

Comparison of Adjectives

Adjectives change in form (tall, taller, tallest) to show comparison. They are called the three Degrees of Comparison.

The Adjective tall is said to be in the Positive Degree.

The Adjective taller is said to be in the Comparative Degree.

The Adjective tallest is said to be in the Superlative Degree.

The following Adjectives are compared irregularly, that
is, their Comparative and Superlative are not formed
from the Positive:

Positive: Bad
Comparative: Worse
Superlative: Worst

This is called Irregular Comparison.


 

 


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