What's the rule for making the comparative and superlative form of more-than-one part adjectives? Like: slow paced, fast paced, high class, etc.
I've heard slower paced and most fast paced, and this is why I'm confused which rule I'm supposed to follow.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I memorized some rules for making the comparative and superlative forms of one-part adjectives, but I think they don't work for two-part adjectives.
There's nothing wrong with 'faster-paced' and 'fastest-paced.
Is this rule correct?
For two-part adjectives we have the same rules as for the one-part adjectives? OR we always can use the both forms? OR we don't have a rule, just referring to the native people is the way? Would you please help to make a rule not to get more confused?
Last edited by Rover_KE; 13-Feb-2014 at 14:09.