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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #67252: Comparative or superlative of superiority
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
Use the superlative and comparative of superiority.
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