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  1. ahmed omer
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    hello teacher ,,, some form of comparative and superative have many forms for example : happy >>> happier/more happy and happiest/most happy can you give me some example in these form such as happy

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    more common/commoner the most common/the commonest

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmed omer View Post
    hello teacher ,,, some form of comparative and superative have many forms for example : happy >>> happier/more happy and happiest/most happy can you give me some example in these form such as happy
    Words of three or more syllables form their comparatives and superlatives with "more" and "most". With two syllable words, most can form them that way or with "-er" and "-est". One syllable words usually use the suffixes. Even at that, though, it is rarely incorrect to use "more" or "most".

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