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    Comparative/superlative

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    Comparative/superlative
    Message from mohammad51 posted on 23-06-2019 at 23:53:21 (D | E | F)
    Hello
    Could you please help?
    Comparative or superlative ?
    He is the _____ of the two brothers. A. younger B. young C. youngest D. most young
    Thanks for any reply.

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    Edited by lucile83 on 24-06-2019 08:41


    Re: Comparative/superlative from gerondif, posted on 23-06-2019 at 23:58:25 (D | E)
    Hello
    comparative when there are only two
    He is the younger of the two brothers. The other is his elder brother.



    Re: Comparative/superlative from mohammad51, posted on 25-06-2019 at 01:42:46 (D | E)
    hello
    Thank you very much dear teacher gerondif
    I am sure of the answer it is comparative indeed, and I answered the question before I posted here.
    The matter is sometimes that students or users in Facebook do not satisfy or feel astonished how to compare with two and it is still comparative and not a superlative. This is the matter.
    It needs further explanation so that people could satisfy.
    For me I know to compare with two or perhaps when the matter of comparing is between members of a family like to say brothers or sister = comparative Otherwise, perhaps the person or the thing who or which to compare with is one of the two.




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