Comparative and Superlative

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The comparative and superlative are forms of an adjective which are used to compare two things or people with one another, to evaluate their relative worth. The comparative is used to state that one thing has more ‘value’ (bigger, smaller, thinner) than the other. The superlative is used to say that one thing has the highest ‘value’ (the biggest, the smallest, the thinnest).

In this course:

  • Comparative
  • Superlative
  • Non-adjectives that have a comparative and superlative form

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  • Lectures 9
  • Quizzes 0
  • Skill level Beginner
  • Language Dutch
  • Students 0
  • Certificate No
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