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    Degrees of Adjectives

    I believe the comparative & superlative degrees of the following adjectives are those which are made with More & Most. Please advice me if there is any extreme one. I searched the dictionaries and separated the adjectives ended with ....er and ....est. But these dictionaries do not point out the degrees with more....... and most..........

    I have 95 more adjectives to learn their degrees. Please keep answering.

    jubilant
    fruitful
    tolerant
    real
    independent
    genuine
    complex
    autonomous
    beneficent
    flexible
    charitable
    productive
    awesome
    energetic
    generous
    priceless
    hilarious
    respectful
    spiritual
    precious
    systematic
    romantic
    appropriate
    refined
    visionary
    prudent
    dutiful
    balanced
    concise
    moderate
    active
    special
    aggressive
    alert
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    Re: Degrees of Adjectives

    This is getting a little ridiculous. We have given you plenty of examples and in my last response on another thread I suggested that you should be able to work many of these out yourself by using the adjective to describe yourself and then deciding if you can imagine someone being more or less of that adjective than you.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Degrees of Adjectives

    You can also use google to look for usage like "more aggressive."
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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