Published on March 16th, 2013 | by What2Learn0
Making comparative forms of adjectives
What are comparative forms of adjectives? We can use comparative forms of adjectives when talking about two things and comparing them in some way. A list of comparative forms of adjectives could include terms such as shorter, brighter, faster, etc. Play this interactive learning game to test your understanding of this. Afterwards you should be comfortable at providing a list of comparative forms of adjectives.
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