Positive, Comparative, Superlative

by Arnold Burian

Check out Positive, Comparative, Superlative by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt:

Been a while since I mentioned this fairly common error (but I have mentioned it. More than once.). 

When you compare two things, use the form that ends in -er: steeper, sweeter, longer.
When you compare three or more, the winner gets the -est form: steepest, sweetest, longest.

That makes…

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