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One Syllable Adjectives Adjective Comparative Superlative For most one-syllable adjectives, er and est are added. Old Wise Strong Older Wiser stronger The oldest The wisest The strongest than He is an old man. He is older than your grandfather. He is the oldest man in village.
Two syllable adjectives Adjective Comparative Superlative For most two syllable adjectives, more and most are used Famous Pleasant More famous More pleasant The most famous The most pleasant than He is a famous man. He is more famous man than your grandfather. He is the most famous man in village.
Two syllable adjectives Adjective Comparative Superlative Er, est are used with two syllable adjectives that end y. the y is changed to i. Busy pretty Busier Prettier The busiest The prettiest than He is a busy man. He is busier man than your grandfather. He is the busiest man in village.
Two syllable adjectives Adjective Comparative Superlative Some two syllable adjectives use er, est or more, most able, angry, clever, common, cruel, friendly, gentle, handsome, narrow, pleasant, polite, quit, simple, sour. Clever Gentle Cleverer, more clever Gentler, more gentle The cleverest The most clever than He is a clever man. He is cleverer man than your grandfather. He is the cleverest man in village.
Adjectives with three or more syllables Adjective Comparative Superlative More, and most are used with long adjectives. Important fascinating More important More fascinating The ,most important The most fascinating than He is an important man. He is more important man than your friend. He is the most important man in village.
Irregular adjectives Adjective Comparative Superlative Good and bad have irregular comparative and superlative forms Good Bad Better Worse The best The worst than He is a good man. He is better man than your friend. He is the best man in village.
Ly adverbs Adjective Comparative Superlative More and most are used with adverbs that end in ly Carefully Slowly More carefully More slowly The most carefully The most slowly than He drives carefully. He drives more carefully than your friend. He drives the most carefully than your friend .
One syllable Adjective Comparative Superlative The er and est forms are used with one syllable adverbs Fast Hard Faster Harder The fastest The hardest than He drives fast He drives faster than your friend. He drives the fastest than your friend .
Irregular adverbs Adjective Comparative Superlative Well Badly Far Better Worse Farther The best The worst The farthest than He drives well He drives better than your friend. He drives the best than your friend .