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Grammar: comparative adjectives
Comparative Adjectives

Today you are going to learn about comparative adjectives an important part of English grammar.
 
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Grammar: Comparative Adjectives (reading and grammar)

Definition of a comparative adjective.
  • A comparative adjective:
  •  is used to compare two things
  • Usually shorter comparative adjectives end in "er" (nicer) and longer comparative adjectives use "more" (more beautiful)
Comparative Adjective Examples
  • The girl sitting at the table is nicer than the girl sitting at the desk.
  • The girl sitting at the table is more beautiful than the girl sitting at the desk.
  • He is bigger.
  • She is taller.
  • This movie is more interesting.
  • This book is more difficult.
Fun Easy English Grammar Lessons
From YOUR Teacher: Comparative Adjectives

Comparative adjectives are basically used to compare to things....which is more or less than the other.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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