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Adjectives and Adverbs
Comparative modifiers for two things;
superlative modifiers for
We often use adjectives and adverbs to compare two or more
things. When comparing only two things, the adjectives and
adverbs should be comparative modifiers, modifiers
used with words such as more and less and adjectives
with -er added to them (such as greater and
This half is better than that half.
Of the two, John is the smarter student.
Betty types faster than Elliott.
Hal sells more than the rest of the team combined.
When more than two things are compared, the adjectives and
adverbs should be superlative modifiers, modifiers
used with words such as most and least and adjectives
with -est added to them (such as greatest and
She is the tallest member of the team.
He is the smallest quarterback to play in
She is the most qualified of all the applicants.