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Comparatives & Superlatives

Comparatives & Superlatives

Author: Kimberly Sombke
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Comparative  and superlative forms are defined and illustrated with many examples.  The use of -er & -est, and "more" &"most" are explained as well as how to avoid using more than one form at a time.

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Source: Kimberly Sombke