What is the comparative of faster?
"Faster" is the comparative of fast.
"Faster" is a comparative of fast. The related superlative is "fastest."
The comparative form compares two things eg the red car is faster than the blue car, (faster is the comparative adjective). The superlative form is used to compare three or more things and to pick out one as being more (something) than all the others. The red car is fast and so is the blue car but the silver one is the fastest, (fastest is the superlative adjective)
Comparatives end in -er (e.g. better, bigger, faster, stronger, taller, etc.) and superlatives end in -est, generally. (e.g. best, biggest, fastest, strongest, tallest, etc.) Comparatives mean something is better, bigger, whatever-er than something else. Superlatives mean something is bigger, better, whatever-er than EVERYTHING else involved. So "Susan is faster than John" is comparative, and "Alex is the fastest of his friends" is a superlative.
Comparative is a term for an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Some examples of adjective comparatives are: good; comparative = better; superlative = best short; comparative = shorter; superlative = shortest happy; comparative = happier; superlative = happiest modern; comparative = more modern; superlative = most modern fragile; comparative = more fragile; superlative = most fragile