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Adjective
Word that modifies a noun, or a pronoun
A, an, and the
Are always adjectives
Participle
Is a verb from used as an adjective
Participle usually end in
[ ing- -d, -ed, -t, or -en]
Proper Adjective
Is a word formed from a proper noun and, like a proper noun begins with a capital letter.
Predicate Adjective
Is an adjective that follows a linking vern and modifies the subject.
phrase
Is a group of words that is used as one part of speech..
Participle
Is a verb form used as an adjective modify a noun or a pronoun. Participle end -ing -d, -ed, -t or -en.
Positive, Comparative, Superlative
There are 3 types of Comparison?
Comparative degree
Is used when 2 people or things are compared.
Positive Degree
Is used when no comparison is needed
Superlative Degree
Is used when 3 or more people or things are being compared.
Positive
Good, well, bad, ull, many, much
Comparative
Better, better, worse, worse, more, more
Superlative
Best, best, worst, worsr, most, most
Double Comparison
Never use -er and more together or -eat and most together.
Use other or else with the comparative.
When comparing a person with a group of which that person is a member,
Use Fewer with
Items that can be counted: { There are fewer players on that team}
Use Less with
A quantity of a substance { That tram needs less help }