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    Thumbs down superlative form of adj

    i wanto know about the sperlative form of senior and jonior


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    superlative form of this adj.s i am not sure but i think they take "more"
    more senior-more junior.

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    Re: superlative form of adj

    'More senior/junior' is the comparative. 'Most senior/junior' is the superlative.

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    oh i am sorry-yes the most junior or the most senior.correct me if i am wrong but adj.s of five letters or less take -er,-ier in comparatives,in superlatives -iest,-est while the six lettered ones or more take more in comparatives and the most in superlatives?

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    Re: superlative form of adj

    Quote Originally Posted by shakes View Post
    oh i am sorry-yes the most junior or the most senior.correct me if i am wrong but adj.s of five letters or less take -er,-ier in comparatives,in superlatives -iest,-est while the six lettered ones or more take more in comparatives and the most in superlatives?
    I've never met the rule in that precise a form, but it's a good rule of thumb. Generally, longer adjectives take more/most, and shorter ones change the ending. And there are irregularities of course.

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