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Comparatives and Superlatives

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Basic structures of comparative and superlative adjectives.
Ginger  Castro Salazar
Mind Map by Ginger Castro Salazar, updated more than 1 year ago
Ginger  Castro Salazar
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Comparatives and Superlatives
  1. Structures
    1. COMPARATIVES
      1. SUBJECT+VERB TO BE+ADJETIVE (COMPARATIVE "ER")+THAN+NOUN
        1. EXAMPLE
          1. JOHN IS FUNNIER THAN CHRIS
        2. SUBJECT+VERB TO BE+MORE+ADJETIVE+THAN+NOUN
          1. EXAMPLE
            1. THE GREEN HOUSE IS MORE BEATIFUL THAN THE RED HOUSE
        3. SUPERLATIVES
          1. SUBJECT+VERB TO BE+THE+ADJETIVE(SUPERLATIVE "EST")+COMPL.
            1. EXAMPLE
              1. JOHN IS THE FUNNIEST MAN IN THE CLASS
            2. SUBJECT+VERB TO BE+THE MOST+ADJETIVE+COMPL.
              1. EXAMPLE
                1. THE GREEN HOUSE IS THE MOST BEATIFUL IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
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