Adjectives, adverbs and comparative and superlative forms

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Adjectives, adverbs and comparative and superlative forms

Adjectives – Adjectives are describing words. Adjectives modify nouns. Adjectives are added to nouns to state what kind, whatcolor, which one or how many. Adjectives are said to modify nouns and are necessary to make the meanings of the sentences clearer or more exact.
1. Follow the yellow cab. (“yellow”modifies the noun “cab”)
2. Craig caught another large bass. (“large” modifies the noun “bass”)
3. The principal words should be in bold. (“principal” modifies “words”)
4. The rustynail he stood in was the cause of the infection. (“rusty” modifies “nail”)
5. Please, put the old documents on the shredder. (“old” modifies ‘documents”)
6. There is an essential matterwe need to discuss. (“essential” modifies “matter”)
7. Peter guessed the right number. (“right” modifies “number”)
8. Gladys is a rich woman. (“rich” modifies “woman”)
9. Thesmall boat foundered on the wine dark sea. (“small” modifies “boat” and “wine dark” modifies “sea”)
10. The back room was filled with large, yellow rain boots. (“large, yellow” modify boots.)Adverbs - An adverb can modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a phrase, or a clause. An adverb indicates manner, time, place, cause, or degree and answers questions such as "how,""when," "where," "how much".
2. Quickly
3. Patiently
4. Boldly
5. Expeditiously
6. Unfortunately
7. Today
8. Fnally
9. Fast
10. Early

Comparative are adjectives that compare two objects. Superlatives compare more than two.
Comparative | Superlative |
Better | Best |
Older | Oldest |
Worse | Worst |Bigger | biggest |
Meaner | Meanest |
Harder | Hardest |
More gratefully | Most gratefully |
Less gracefully | Least gracefully |
Faster | Fastest |
More abruptly | Most abruptly |
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