MICHAEL’S RULES OF CORRECT ENGLISH USAGE
ADJECTIVES – POSITIVE, COMPARATIVE & SUPERLATIVE
Showing different degrees with adjectives is called comparison.
“Monday was a cold day.” (POSITIVE DEGREE)
“Today is a colder day.” (COMPARATIVE DEGREE)
“Tomorrow will be the coldest day.” (SUPERLATIVE DEGREE)
Create the comparative and superlative degrees of the following words: noble, clever, pretty, fast.
Create the comparative and superlative degrees of the following without using “er” or “est” at the end of each word: wealthy, large, strong and quiet.
What are the two methods of creating the comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives?
The word for today is “cerebrate”.
What part of speech is “cerebrate”?
What other forms of “cerebrate” can you list?
Define “cerebrate” and use it in a sentence of your own creation.