In forming adjectives we can identify them as positive, comparative or superlative in degree.
Explain what each term, positive, comparative and superlative, means.
Here is the positive form of several adjectives: bad, little, plentiful, lazy, fore, late, patient, simple, much and majestic.
List the comparative and superlative forms of each.
The word for today is “herculean”.
What part of speech is “herculean”?
Define “herculean” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.