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please help me with this.

like :

example,
bad - worse - worst
expensive - more expensive - most expensive

what will be of:

___?____ -____?_____ - least expensive

please help

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  1. Well im not really sure but i think it would be less expensive for the second space

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    posted by Jasmine
  2. bad - worse - worst - most expensive

    good - better - best - least expensive

    You're using comparative and superlative adjectives in this exercise.

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    posted by Ms. Sue

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