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Lesson 39

Parts of Speech - Adjectives


There are a few adjectives that are irregular in their comparisons. Examples: good, better, best.


Instructions: Give the comparative and superlative forms of the following words.


1. many


2. ill


3. much


4. perfect


5. bad



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1. many, more, most


2. ill, worse, worst


3. much, more, most


4. perfect - cannot be compared since there is no more perfect or most perfect.


5. bad, worse, worst


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