- Is Badder a proper word?
- What is the comparative of intelligent?
- Is bad badder baddest correct?
- What is the superlative of sad?
- What is superlative form?
- Can we say badder?
- Which is worse or which is worst?
- What is the superlative of beautiful?
- Is more sad or sadder?
- What is a superlative example?
- What is comparative of worst?
- What is the superlative of famous?
Is Badder a proper word?
(nonstandard or obsolete) Comparative form of bad: more bad; worse..
What is the comparative of intelligent?
The superlative.AdjectiveComparativeIntelligentThe most intelligentHandsomeThe most handsomeBeautifulThe most beautiful
Is bad badder baddest correct?
bad: of unacceptable standard, unfavorable, inadequate, etc. The documentary is clearly referring to the second meaning, so baddest is the correct usage here. The word “baddest” does not describe the least desirable outcome. When talking about the least desirable outcome, the word you want to use is “worst”.
What is the superlative of sad?
The superlative form of sad; most sad.
What is superlative form?
When three or more things are compared, the superlative form of the adjective is used to describe the object that is at the highest or lowest limit of the group. This usually means -est is added to the end of the adjective, as in “tallest,” “smallest,” or “hardest.”
Can we say badder?
No you cannot use ‘badder’; in the example you have given you can only use ‘worse’. Nor can you use ‘gooder’ to mean ‘better’. It has to be ‘bad’, ‘worse’, worst, and similarly ‘good’, ‘better’, ‘best’.
Which is worse or which is worst?
The key difference is that worse is used when directly comparing two or more things, and worst is used to describe something that is the “most bad.” For instance if the fish you had today is bad but yesterday’s was really bad, you’d say that yesterday’s meal is worse.
What is the superlative of beautiful?
Answer and Explanation: The superlative form of the adjective ‘beautiful’ is ‘most beautiful,’ not ‘beautifullest.
Is more sad or sadder?
Both “sadder” and “more sad” are grammatically correct. But you probably want to use “sadder” in most cases. It is a question of style rather than grammar. Typically, one-syllable words, or two-syllable words that end in -y, use the suffix -er to indicate comparative.
What is a superlative example?
Superlative adjectives are used to compare three or more nouns. They’re also used to compare one thing against the rest of a group. Superlative adjectives demonstrate a higher level of comparison between entities. For example, “She’s the prettiest princess in all the land.”
What is comparative of worst?
What is the difference? Worse and worst are the comparative and superlative forms of the adjective bad. Worse should be used to compare two things.
What is the superlative of famous?
Answer: more famous- comparative. most famous-superlative. bolivianouft and 3 more users found this answer helpful.