Is worse Comparative or superlative?
"Worse" is the comparative of bad. The superlative is "worst."
"Worse" is the comparative of bad. The superlative is worst.
Comparative: Worse Superlative: Worst 'Worse' I think worse, worst
Worst is the superlative. Worse is the comparative.
Comparative: Worse Superlative: Worst
For "bad" Comparative is worse Superlative is worst
bad - comparative: worse; superlative: worst.
"Worst" is the superlative form of bad. The comparative form is worse.
The word "worse" is already the comparative of the word "bad". If you are looking for a superlative in connection to "worse" the answer is "worst".
bad is an adjective worse is the comparative form of bad - comparative adjective worst is the superlative form of bad - superlative adjective
The 3 forms of adjectives are comparative, superlative, and positive. Example: Positive- bad Comparative- worse Superlative- worst
Worse is the comparative form of bad worst is the superlative form of bad. bad worse worst
The comparative adjective is worse, the superlative form is worst.
ill is the state of bad health. Hence the comparative and superlative form of it will be worse and the worst.
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badly, worse, worst
bad, worse, worst
The comparative of the adjective "bad" is the word worse. The superlative of the adjective "bad" is the word worst.
ill- worse- the worst
The comparative for bad is worse. The superlative is worst.
No. Worse is already the superlative for bad. So you don't need to add an r to it to make it a superlative. Worse is NOT superlative for bad...Instead it is COMPARATIVE to bad...so it is bad, worse (comparative), worst (superlative)... Comparative degree is used when you compare two things...and superlative is used when you use it as an absolute expression While common in the 16th and 17th centuries, worser is now found only in… Read More
Your picture is worse than mine. (Comparative) Your picture is the worst I've ever seen. (Superlative)
Badly is an adverb, the adjective is bad. - worse, the worst
"Bad" is positive. The corresponding comparative is "worse" and the superlative is "worst".
There is no such term: "worse" is the comparative of the adjective bad. The superlative (most bad) is spelled worst.
The comparative of sad is sadder, and the superlative is saddest. comparative - sadder superlative - saddest
The comparative word for "bad" is "worse," and the superlative is "worst." Words that generally mean bad, or worse, include inadequate, poor, and substandard.
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Superlative and comparative of dirty
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That is the correct spelling, but baddest is slang, not a formal word. The correct comparative is "worse" and the superlative is "worst."
Luckier, luckiest. Luckily doesn't have comparative and superlative forms but the comparative and superlative of lucky are as above.
the example of positive,comparative,superlative, is... the positive is pretty,comparative is prettier, superlative is prettiest....