What is comparative and superlative?

What is comparative and superlative?

We use comparatives and superlatives to say how people or things are different. We use a comparative adjective to express how two people or things are different, and we use a superlative adjective to show how one person or thing is different to all the others of its kind. For example, Mick is taller than Jack.

What are some comparative words?

One syllable adjectives

Adjective Comparative Superlative
tall taller tallest
fat fatter fattest
big bigger biggest
sad sadder saddest

What is the superlative form of good?


Common Exceptions
Basic Adjective Comparative Adjective Superlative Adjective
good better the best
bad worse the worst
little less the least

What can I say instead of crystal clear?

synonyms for crystal clear

  • apparent.
  • clear.
  • clear-cut.
  • comprehensible.
  • evident.
  • glaring.
  • lucid.
  • noticeable.

What’s another way to say crystal clear?

In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for crystal clear, like: crystalline, luculent, lucid, transparent, apparent, manifest, clear-cut, clear, distinct, evident and observable.

What is a comparative example?

Adjectives in the comparative form compare two people, places, or things. For example, in the sentence, ‘John is smarter, but Bob is taller,’ the comparative forms of the adjectives ‘smart’ (smarter) and’ tall’ (taller) are used to compare two people, John and Bob.

How do you write a comparative sentence?

Sentences With Comparative Adjectives

  1. My house is bigger than yours.
  2. Your grade is worse than mine.
  3. The Pacific Ocean is deeper than the Arctic Ocean.
  4. You are more polite than Joey.
  5. My brother is taller than I am, but he is older too.
  6. A rose is more beautiful than a daisy.
  7. The Earth is larger than the moon.

What is good better best called?

Some adjectives have different forms of comparatives and superlatives. good – better – best. bad – worse – worst. little – less – least.