Grammar - Adjectives 3
Adjectives can come in three forms. They not only tell us qualities of
nouns, but they also allow us to _compare_ the qualities of nouns. These
three forms are called positive, comparative and superlative. The positive
form simply states the quality. The comparative form compares the quality
of two things. The superlative form compares the quality of three or more
The GOOD surf was worth waiting for.
The surf yesterday was BETTER than the surf today.
It is the BEST surf that I have seen.
There are three types of adjectives that allow comparison.
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