Adverb Unequal Comparisons

Adverbs can be used to show a comparison between two subjects’ actions. There are two main forms of adverbs when discussing comparisons: Comparative, which compares between two subjects; as well as Superlative, which is used when comparing three or more subjects. An example would be the word “slow”. The comparative form of “slow” would be “slower”, which states that one subject is doing something slower than another. The superlative form of “slow” would be “slowest”, which states that one subject is doing something slower than all of the two or more subjects.


Adverb Unequal Comparisons
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