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What is the comparative and superlative of respectful?
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What is the comparative and superlative form of respectful?
The comparative form is more respectful and the superlative is most respectful. In general, words of three or more syllables use more and most to form the comparative and superlative forms, because adding -er or -est as a suffix (which works well with short words) tends to result in a word that is too long and difficult to pronounce.