Thursday, 14 May 2015
Rylee adverbs: degrees of comparison
There are Three degrees of comparison
The positive degree is a simple form of the add verb
The comparative degree is used to comparing two actions.
The superlative degree is used to compare three or more.
Making degrees of comprising
Adverbs of one syllable usually form the comparative by adding er and the form the superlative by adding est.
adverbs of two syllables are more generally form the comparative by adding 'more' and the superlative by adding'most'.