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    Comparative or superlative of superiority

    1-All one -syllable and most two -syllable adjectives take the endings -er in the comparative form and -est in the superlative form.

    tall-taller-tallest              fat-fatter-fattest           happy-happier-happiest


    2-We form the comparative of adjectives with three or more syllables (and some two-syllables adjectives) with more+adjective and the superlative with most +adjective.

    beautiful-more beautiful-most beautiful



    3- All one-syllable adverbs and 'early' take the endings -er in the comparative form and -est in the superlative form.

    fast-faster-fastest                      early-earlier -earliest 


    4- We form the comparative of adverbs with three or more syllables with more+adverb and the superlative with most+adverb.

    nicely-more nicely-most nicely 



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    1. The car is (slow) than the plane.

    2. The gloves are (cheap) than the T-shirt.

    3. The armchair is (heavy)than the chair.

    4. Susan is the (short) of the three.

    5. Geography is (interesting) than History.

    6. His class is the (tidy) of all.

    7. My sister is (fat) than my brother.

    8. My classroom is (clean) than the other one.

    9. The story about the ghost was (frightening) than the story about the magician.

    10. Ben is the (tall) boy in the class.

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