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"Short" Adjectives and Degrees of Comparison


For "short" (one-syllable) adjectives, we generally form the comparative degree by adding the suffix "-er" to the end of the adjective. To form the superlative degree, what suffix do we add to the end of the adjective? More...
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"Short" Adjectives and Degrees of Comparison
For "short" (one-syllable) adjectives, we generally form the comparative degree by adding the suffix "-er" to the end of the adjective.
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