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Define the word “little“.
What are the comparative and superlative forms of “little“?
Hint # 1: there are two different forms depending on use.
Hint # 2: you are behind the eight ball if you do not know the terms comparative and superlative. Be sure you know what these terms mean.
Hint # 3: this is trickier than you might, at first, think. Good luck.
Create sentences using the comparative and superlative forms of “little” in all its forms.
The word for today is “histrionics“.
What part of speech is “histrionics“?
Define “histrionics” and use it in a sentence.