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In this article, we will take a look at some common mistakes in the use of comparatives and superlatives.Incorrect: He is worst than I.Correct: He is worse than I.Incorrect: Mumbai is hot than Jammu.Correct: Mumbai is hotter than Jammu.We use comparative adjectives with than.Incorrect: From the two he is the taller.Correct: He is the taller of the two.Incorrect: From the three he is the tallest.Correct: He is the tallest of the three.Incorrect: Of the two plans this is the be

Common mistakes in the use of comparatives and superlatives

In this article, we will take a look at some common mistakes in the use of comparatives and superlatives. Incorrect: He is worst than I. Correct: He is worse than I. Incorrect: Mumbai is hot than Jammu. Correct: Mumbai is hotter than Jammu. We use comparative adjectives with than. Incorrect: From the two he is the taller. Correct: He is the taller of the two. Incorrect: From the three he is the tallest. Correct: He is the tallest of the three. Incorrect: Of the two plans this is the best…

Are these comparative and superlative sentences Correct or Wrong?1. Much less water flooded into the house than I expected.    Correct    Wrong2. There are less people here than promised to come.    Correct    Wrong3. Tennis is a far harder game than football.    Correct    Wrong4. The more you protest, more guilty you look!    Correct    Wrong5. This house is twice as big as the other one we saw.    Correct    Wrong6. Your dog is so friendlier than my one.    C
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Are these comparative and superlative sentences Correct or Wrong?1. Much less water flooded into the house than I expected. Correct Wrong2. There are less people here than promised to come. Correct Wrong3. Tennis is a far harder game than football. Correct Wrong4. The more you protest, more guilty you look! Correct Wrong5. This house is twice as big as the other one we saw. Correct Wrong6. Your dog is so friendlier than my one. C

Degrees of Adjectives, Definition, Positive, Comparative and Superlative Examples Positive Comparative Superlative beautiful more beautiful most beautiful big bigger the biggest black blacker the blackest bright brighter the brightest clean Cleaner the cleanest clever Cleverer the cleverest confused more confused the most confused difficult more difficult the most difficult dirty dirtier the dirtiest fascinating more fascinating the most fascinating famous more famous the most famous far…

Degrees of Adjectives, Definition, Positive, Comparative and Superlative Examples - Lessons For English

Degrees of Adjectives, Definition, Positive, Comparative and Superlative Examples Positive Comparative Superlative beautiful more beautiful most beautiful big bigger the biggest black blacker the blackest bright brighter the brightest clean Cleaner the cleanest clever Cleverer the cleverest confused more confused the most confused difficult more difficult the most difficult dirty dirtier the dirtiest fascinating more fascinating the most fascinating famous more famous the most famous far…

Advanced Grammar | Comparatives & Superlatives Error Correction | esl-lounge Student
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Advanced Grammar | Comparatives & Superlatives Error Correction | esl-lounge Student

Advanced Grammar | Comparatives & Superlatives Error Correction | esl-lounge Student

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An error correction worksheet on comparatives and superlatives for the elementary level of students.

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Common Errors with Comparatives and Superlatives in English - ESLBuzz Learning English

A comparative is used to show comparison. It sounds simple enough, but it’s not always that clear which one to use. Let’s start with the basics. In this article, we will take a look at some common errors with comparatives and superlatives in English.

For each question, choose one word from the word list to complete the sentence. You may need to change the form of the word.less - loud - severe - convoluted - cheap - more - good - fewOn our bus service, the later you catch a bus, the it is.Harry's always so stressed about work and the time he has for his family, the more miserable they are.The boss made it clear that the later the project was finished, the the punishments would be.We have a special offer on at the moment. The shoes
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Advanced Grammar | The/The Comparatives Gap Fill Quiz | esl-lounge Student

For each question, choose one word from the word list to complete the sentence. You may need to change the form of the word.less - loud - severe - convoluted - cheap - more - good - fewOn our bus service, the later you catch a bus, the it is.Harry's always so stressed about work and the time he has for his family, the more miserable they are.The boss made it clear that the later the project was finished, the the punishments would be.We have a special offer on at the moment. The shoes

For each sentence, choose the correction combination of comparatives to make a sentence.1. The ____ you study for these exams, the ____ you will do.    hard - better    harder - more successfully    much - better    more - good2. She doesn't really like vodka, so the ____ a bottle you find, the ____ it will be for us!    small - cheaper    smaller - cheap    smaller - good    smaller - cheaper3. My neighbor is driving me mad! It seems that the ____ it is at night, the ____ he plays
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Advanced Grammar | The/The Comparatives | esl-lounge Student

For each sentence, choose the correction combination of comparatives to make a sentence.1. The ____ you study for these exams, the ____ you will do. hard - better harder - more successfully much - better more - good2. She doesn't really like vodka, so the ____ a bottle you find, the ____ it will be for us! small - cheaper smaller - cheap smaller - good smaller - cheaper3. My neighbor is driving me mad! It seems that the ____ it is at night, the ____ he plays

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Comparative and Superlative - A new English quiz every day - SEN Quizzes

Comparative and Superlative - A new English quiz every day - SEN Quizzes

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I know the rule for making the comparative and superlative form for two-syllable words ending in y, replace the -y with i and use -er and -est: hap.py → happier → (the) happiestti.dy → tidier ...
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I know the rule for making the comparative and superlative form for two-syllable words ending in y, replace the -y with i and use -er and -est: hap.py → happier → (the) happiestti.dy → tidier ...

Comparison and contrast are expressed by the use of the…the… with comparative adjectives in parallel clauses. This structure is used to show proportionate increase or
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The…the… with comparative adjectives

Comparison and contrast are expressed by the use of the…the… with comparative adjectives in parallel clauses. This structure is used to show proportionate increase or

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them.

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Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. We use the structure the…the to express the idea of two…

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Comparative Correlatives: The Bigger the Better

Learn about a comparative correlative, which is a minor sentence pattern containing two corresponding phrases or clauses, each one headed by "the."

I study, the more years I will work.

The more, the more

I study, the more years I will work.

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