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What is the comparative and superlative of great?

The superlative form of great; most great.

What is the comparative and superlative of close?

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Case Adjective Comparative Form
1-syllable adjectives ending in “e” close closer
huge huger
large larger
strange stranger

What is comparative sentence?

Comparative adjectives are used to compare differences between the two objects they modify (larger, smaller, faster, higher). They are used in sentences where two nouns are compared, in this pattern: Noun (subject) + verb + comparative adjective + than + noun (object).

What is the positive of easier?

Therefore, the suffix “-est” will be added to the base form of the adjective easy. So, just by virtue of degree of comparison, Options B and D are eliminated, since, easier is the comparative form and easy is the positive form of comparison.

What is the superlative form of gracefully?

Base, Comparative, and Superlative Forms

Base Adjective Comparative Adjective Superlative Adverb
graceful more graceful than the most gracefully
fluent more fluent than the most fluently
stubborn more stubborn than the most stubbornly
honest more honest than the most honestly

What is comparative of dark?

Comparative. darker. Superlative. darkest. The comparative form of dark; more dark.

Is Darker a superlative?

The superlative form of dark; most dark.

What is superlative form of dark?

The comparative degree of the word dark is formed by adding ‘-er’ to the word and it becomes ‘darker’. The superlative degree of most words is formed by adding ‘-est’ to the word and sot he superlative degree of dark becomes ‘darkest’.

What is the comparative of clean?

cleanest. The comparative form of clean; more clean.

What is comparative success?

successful (comparative more successful, superlative most successful) Resulting in success; assuring, or promoting, success; accomplishing what was proposed; having the desired effect quotations ▼

What is the superlative of large?

The superlative form of large; most large.