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    antonyms comparative form

    Hi

    I'd like some tips about antonyms comparative form.
    Where I can find report

    Tanks

    Emerson

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    Re: antonyms comparative form

    Welcome to the forums.

    Your question is not clear.

    Take the adjective 'big'. Its antonym's comparative form would be 'smaller'.

    Why do you need to know that?

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    Re: antonyms comparative form

    hi,
    Please note I'm not a teacher nor a native speaker;

    The first thing that come to my mind when reading that question were the relational opposites or converseness like : wider - narrower.
    But it's just a guess

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    Re: antonyms comparative form

    Quote Originally Posted by emersonsantiago05 View Post
    Hi.

    I'd like some tips about antonyms' comparative form.
    Where I can find a report?

    Thanks.

    Emerson
    I'm not quite sure what you mean either but my guess would have been the same - the antonym of big is small. The comparative terms are bigger and smaller.

    Please look at the amendments I made to your post. Remember to put a single appropriate punctuation mark at the end of every sentence and check your spelling. I'm sure you know that "Tanks" was wrong.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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