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4 Answered Questions for the topic superlative degree

Superlative Degree Grammar Differences


Is it correct to use "most" + "-est" together?

I was over exaggerating while writing something for class and I wrote >Welcome to the **most wildest** show on earth. Someone pointed out the *most wildest* and I was wondering if it was OK to... more
Superlative Degree Esl/esol Speech


What happened to the superlative?

For some time now I'm hearing more and more people saying "that's one of the more interesting things I've seen", "that's one of his better dishes", etc. Even when talking about something very... more
Superlative Degree English Grammar


Is "my hardest" a direct object in "I will try my hardest"?

> I will try my hardest.I am confusing myself by trying to figure out the grammatical relations in this sentence. It is not clear to me whether *my hardest* is a direct object here. If it is... more
Superlative Degree English Meaning


The likeliest problem vs. "the most likely problem"?

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