better - comparative
best - superlative
Jon is better at maths than me.
My sister is the best at maths in her class.
Comparative :better- superlative : best
The comparative form of "good" is "better", and the superlative form of "good" is "best". "Better" is used when comparing two things. "Best" is used when comparing more than two things. For example, the blue notebook is better than the red one. (Two things are being compared.) Out of the three notebooks, the blue one is the best. (Three things are being compared.)
Good; Better; Best
what is the comparative and superlative of the word lucky
the comparative and superlative forms of the word near are nearer(in comparative form) and nearest(in superlative form).
Comparative is quieter; superlative is quietest.
Comparative: Worse Superlative: Worst
Comparative: uglier Superlative: ugliest
comparative: trustworthier. superlative: trustworthiest.
better and the best
Comparative: BetterSuperlative: the best
Comparative sooner Superlative soonest
Comparative - Kinder Superlative - Kindest
"Beg" is a verb and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative form.
comparative - more difficult superlative - most difficult
What's the comparative and superlative of the word "exact"
Good, better, best
The comparative is sadder, and the superlative saddest.
The superlative is cloudiest; the comparative is cloudier.
comparative of mighty is mightier and the superlative of mighty is mightiest
comparative-more , superlative-most
The comparative is "luckier". The superlative is "luckiest".
The comparative and superlative are fairer and fairest.
The comparative is later, and the superlative is latest
shorter (comparative) shortest (superlative)