Here are six sentences that offer a choice of comparisons.
Read and choose the correct comparative word for each sentence.
When you have finished, try to formulate rules that govern the choices made.
Both drawings are good, but yours is the (best, better).
He is the (less, least) talkative of all the children.
This is the (faster, fastest) of the two horses.
This is the (duller, dullest) of the two books I have read.
Is your father or mother the (more, most) musical?
This is the (busier, busiest) season of the year for farmers.
The word for today is “iridescent”.
What part of speech is “iridescent”?
Define “iridescent” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.