Comparatives, Superlatives, to go off the deep end

Comparatives and Superlatives
There are two ways to form comparatives. The first way is for long adjectives, which have three or more syllables. With long adjectives, we use more to form a comparative phrase with than. For example, “Sarah is more beautiful than Martha.” The second way is for short adjectives, which have only one or two syllables. With short adjectives, we add -er to the end of the word, as in, “Jacob is smarter than Ed.” For short adjectives ending in y, like “happy,” we drop the “y” and add -ier. For example, “Lucy is happier than Rob.”

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