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Adjectives With No Comparative or Superlative Forms

Adjectives with no comparative or superlative forms Some English adjectives which were once used in the comparative degree have lost their comparative meaning. They are now used as positive adjectives. Examples are: former, latter, elder, upper, inner, outer and utter. The former part of the story is more interesting than the latter part. He has…

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