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Comparatives and Superlatives. Forming regular comparatives and superlatives We use comparatives to compare two things or two people.
(e.g She is taller than her husband.) Superlatives are used, however, to compare to show the difference between more than two things or more than two people. Comparatives, superlatives and songs 1. Comparative & Superlative Adjectives: Z-Men Superheroes (No Music) 27 'Bigger, smaller, higher, lower' Song (Comparative adjectives) English on Tour. Comparative adjectives exercises - comparison. Superlative exercises - comparison. Comparative and superlative adjectives. We use comparative adjectives to describe people and things: This car is certainly better but it’s much more expensive.
I’m feeling happier now. We need a bigger garden. Comparing and contrasting – modifying comparatives. Comparing and contrasting – modifying comparatives When we want to talk about similarities and differences we can use adjectives in their comparative forms … Max is taller than Judy.
You’re more intelligent than me.