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Lesson 38

Parts of Speech - Adjectives


Many two-syllable adjectives and almost all adjectives with three or more syllables use more or most to form the comparative and superlative forms. Examples: honest, more honest, most honest; careful, more careful, most careful.


Instructions: Write the comparative and superlative forms for these words.


1. interesting


2. critical


3. splendid


4. delicious


5. outstanding



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1. interesting, more interesting, most interesting


2. critical, more critical, most critical


3. splendid, more splendid, most splendid


4. delicious, more delicious, most delicious


5. outstanding, more outstanding, most outstanding



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