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Comparative and Superlative Adverbs 6.3

2013-2014
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Nancy Nardone

on 26 April 2015

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Transcript of Comparative and Superlative Adverbs 6.3

Comparative and Superlative Adverbs
6.3
Adverbs
, like adjectives, have
degrees of comparison
.
The
positive degree
denotes manner.
. . . quickly . . .
The
comparative degree
denotes manner in a
greater or lesser degree
.
. . . more quickly . . .
The
superlative

degree
denotes manner in the
greatest or least degree
.
. . . most quickly . . .
Do
not
use more and most with adverbs that end in -er or -est.
hard
more harder
most hardest
Some adverbs compare irregularly.
well

badly

far

little

much
better

worse

farther

less

more
best

worst

farthest

least

most
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