Learn Comparative and Superlative Adjective

Learn Comparative and Superlative Adjective

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun. It gives us more information about a person, place, thing, animal, or idea. Examples of adjectives are short, beautiful, and amazing.

In English, the adjective is usually placed before the noun. For example:

  • They live in a small house.
  • We sat on the warm beach.
  • He bought a yellow car.

However, in some cases, the adjective is placed after the noun. This happens when the sentence uses the verb “to be”.

  • This show is wonderful.
  • English is difficult.
  • Your dog is loving.

COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES compare two people, places, or things.

SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES compare three or more people, places, or things.

John is tall.basic adjective
Mike is taller than me.comparative adjective
Bob is the tallest player on the team.superlative adjective

The word “than” is often used after the comparative form.

The word “the” is often used before the superlative form.


coldcolderthe coldest
widewiderthe widest
hothotterthe hottest
easyeasierthe easiest
happyhappierthe happiest
busybusierthe busiest
modernmore modernthe most modern
famousmore famousthe most famous
deliciousmore deliciousthe most delicious
interestingmore interestingthe most interesting

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