# Comparatives and Superlatives

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Comparatives and Superlatives

### 1.1. Placing

1.1.1. ENGLISH ADJECTIVES ARE PLACED BEFORE THE NOUNS TO WHICH THEY REFER.

### 1.2. Agreement (Number)

1.2.1. THE ADJECTIVE AGREES WITH THE SUBSTANTIVE IN NUMBER WITH A SINGLE SHAPE.

### 1.3. Agreement (Gender)

1.3.1. IN GENDER, THE ADJECTIVE HAS ONLY ONE FORM.

### 1.4. Normal dregree

1.4.1. THE ADJECTIVE IN THE NORMAL DEGREE IS THE BASIS FOR ALL FLEXIONS AS TO THE ADJECTIVE DEGREE IN ENGLISH.

### 1.5. Normal dregree II

1.5.1. IT IS FROM THE NORMAL DEGREE WE CHECK THE NUMBER OF SYMBOLS OF THE ADJECTIVE.

## 2. Superlative

2.1.1. WE USE THE ARTICLE BEFORE THE ADJECTIVE, ADDING THE SUFFIX “EST” TO THE SAME.

2.2.1. IF THE ADJECTIVE FINISHES IN THE SEQUENCE CONSOANT + VOWEL + CONSOANT, WE'LL FOLD THE FINAL CONNECTOR BEFORE ADDING THE SUFIXO EST.

2.3.1. ADJECTIVES FINISHED IN AND, THE AND FOR THE ADDITION OF THE SUFIXO EST.

2.4.1. WITH ADJECTIVES ENDING IN Y PRECEDED BY ACCORDINGLY, WE EXCHANGE The Y BY I AND WE ADD EST.

## 3. Superlative

3.1.1. WITH THE GOOD ADJECTIVE WE WILL PROCEED IRREGULARLY IN RELATION TO SUFFIX EST, YOU WILL NOT ACCEPT IT. YOUR SHAPE WILL BE EXCHANGED BY THE BEST.

### 3.2. Short irregular adjectives II

3.2.1. WITH ADJECTIVE BAD WE WILL PROCEED IRREGULARLY IN RELATION TO SUFFIX EST. THE SAME WILL NOT ACCEPT YOU, YOUR SHAPE WILL BE EXCHANGED BY THE WORST.

3.3.1. WITH LONG ADJECTIVES, WE PUT BEFORE THE EVEN THE EXPRESSION THE MOST.

## 5. Comparative

### 5.1. Superiority

5.1.1. For short adjectives, the following formula is used: Adjective + ER + THAN

### 5.2. Inferiority

5.2.1. To indicate an inferiority relationship, the formula is used: LESS + adjective + THAN

### 5.3. Equality

5.3.1. To compare two things or people equally, we use the formula: AS + adjective + AS

### 5.4. Irregular comparisons (exceptions)

5.4.1. Adjective: Good / Comparative: Better

5.4.2. Adjective: Little / Comparative: Less

5.4.3. Adjective: Much / Comparative: More