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Need help trying to disquinguish between superlative & comparative adjectives. ex: good

Comparative is used for comparing two things or people or ideas or ??
taller, stronger, more beautiful, etc.
Comparative is denoted by the -er ending or the use of the adverb "more."

Superlative is used for comparing three or more things, people, ideas, or ??
tallest, strongest, most/very beautiful, etc.
Superlative is denoted by the -est ending or the use of the adverbs "most" or "very."

good, better, best
bad, worse, worst


Scroll down to find the section on comparative and superlative.

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