Lesson 39 – Parts of Speech – Adjectives

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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
–For answers scroll down.

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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