comparative is whiter and superlative is whitest
Comparative and superlative degrees are for adjectives and adverbs. House can be used as a noun or a verb and does not have comparative or superlative forms.
comparative= weaker superlative= weakest
The comparative is more cooperative, and most cooperative is the superlative.
"Beg" is a verb and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative form.
More fascinating ( comparative ) Most fascinating ( superlative )
The comparative and superlative degrees of "white" are formed in the standard way: "whiter" and "whitest" respectively.
what is the comparative and superlative of glad
What is the comparative and superlative of Often
comparative - merrier superlative - merriest
The comparative is grumpier and the superlative is grumpiest.
Comparative is more and superlative is most.
Latest(superlative) and later(comparative)
Comparative - better Superlative - best
comparative - rockier superlative - rockiest
comparative = tenderer superlative = tenderest
comparative is calmer superlative is calmest
The comparative is higher. The superlative is highest.