more intellectual, most intellectual
the comparative and superlative forms of the word near are nearer(in comparative form) and nearest(in superlative form).
The forms of the adjective 'young' are: younger (comparative) youngest (superlative)
Larger and largest are the comparative and superlative forms of large.
Comparative :Sadder. Superlative: Saddest.
Comparative sooner Superlative soonest
Comparative: shallower Superlative: shallowest
comparative is more and superlative is most.
What's the comparative and superlative of the word "exact"
The word thrifty is short enough that the comparative and superlative forms are thriftier and thriftiest.
"Less" is a comparative of the word little. Its superlative form is least.
Comparative - Kinder Superlative - Kindest
The comparative and superlative forms of tricky are trickier and trickiest.
Adjectives and adverbs have comparative and superlative forms.
"Factory" is a noun and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative form.
"Contended" is a verb and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative form.
The word "I'll" does not have comparative and superlative forms, because it is not an adjective. "I'll" is a contraction for "I will". The word "ill", however, is an adjective, and the comparative and superlative forms are "more ill" and "most ill".
The comparative of the word 'blue' is bluer and the superlative form of the word blue is bluest.
comparative forms -- littler or less or lesser. Superlative forms -- littlest or least.
Comparative degree for the word 'full' is fuller Superlative for the same is fullest.
The comparative form of the word "cheap" is "cheaper." The superlative form is "cheapest."
Comparative: more commendable Superlative: most commendable
Comparative of 'high' is higher & superlative of 'high' is "Highest"
Comparative: More Fabulous Superlative: Most Fabulous
Comparative = More crowded Superlative = the most crowded
in this case the comparative and superlative have 2 do with ''more'' and ''most''
comparative-more troublesome superlative-most troublesome.
comparative- more modern superlative-most modern
Comparative form: Quicker Superlative form: Quickest
The comparative - "upper"; I can't think of any superlative.
POSITIVE- scarce COMPARATIVE- scarcer SUPERLATIVE- scarcest
The comparative is "more serious". The superlative is "most serious".
comparative: more diligent superlative: most diligent
Comparative: More Slowly Superlative: Most Slowly
Adjectives and adverbs have comparative and superlative forms. The word friend is a noun.
Chromosome is not an adjective so it doesn't have comparative or superlative forms
Comparative and Superlative forms are for Adjectives and brightly is an Adverb, therefore there is no comparative or superlative for brightly. The forms brighter and brightest exist as the comparative and superaltive forms of the adjective bright.
It is neither a comparative nor a superlative. It is an adjective. "Smaller" and "smallest" are the comparative and superlative forms.
Better and Best Comparative = better, superlative = best (the best)
positive: red comparative: redder superlative: reddest
For the word "difficult, the comparative is more difficult and the superlative is most difficult
The comparative is taller and the superlative is tallest. Tall, taller, tallest.
The comparative form is madder and the superlative form is maddest.
For the word "splendid," the comparative is more splendid and the superlative is most splendid
"Wealthier" is the comparative form of wealthy. The superlative form is wealthiest.
The comparative version of hot is hotter and the superlative version is hottest.
Harder is the comparative form and hardest is the superlative form of hard.
what is the comparativ and superlative form of the word humour
Out can be an adjective. Its comparative and superlative forms would be more out and most out respectively.
The comparative form is "more foolish", and the superlative form is "most foolish".
the comparative is more fearfulthe superlative is most fearful theirs the answer above