Adjectives and Adverbs

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Question 11
This modifier illustrates the rule that one-syllable words usually take -er and -est endings.
mellowest
least sweetly
less generous
nearer
Question 12
This modifier illustrates the rule that three-syllable words take more, most and less, least.
prettier
larger
least dignified
more quickly

13.This modifier illustrates the rule that three-syllable words take more, most and less, least.
smaller
most safely
sillier
more beautiful

14.Question 14
This modifier illustrates the rule that three-syllable words take more, most and less, least.
yellower
least closely
most recklessly
highest

This modifier illustrates the rule that three-syllable words take more, most and less, least.
nearer
less generous
mellowest
least sweetly

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