Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives

How can an adjective be changed to its comparative and superlative forms?
How can an adverb be changed to its comparative and superlative forms?
When do we use the comparative form of adjectives and adverbs?
When do we use the superlative form of adjectives and adverbs?

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives (1)

  •  We form comparative and superlative degrees of Adjectives and Adverbs. Usually, adjectives with one syllable form their comparatives adding er; and est for superlatives.
  •  We also use er and est for two-syllabled adjectives that end in y. We replace y with i.
  •  For adjectives of more than two syllables, we add more and most
  •  For adverbs ending in ly we use more and most to form their comparatives and superlatives respectively.
  •  We can use either er/est or more/most with some two-syllabled adjectives especially quiet, clever, narrow, shallow, simple.
  •  Some adjectives and adverbs have irregular comparative and superlative forms.

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