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Comparatives and Superlatives (Part 1): Comparatives


I. Theory

The comparative is an adjectival form used when comparing two different objects. In English, comparatives are formed with the use of an -er suffix only if they have one or two syllables. Examples of the comparative include: “the smarter student” or “the older city”. In German, this -er suffix appears with all comparatives.

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