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# Degrees of Comparisson of Adjective

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### Degrees of Comparisson of Adjective

1. 1. Compiled by : Maya F. Lina
2. 2. This is a big ball.This ball is bigger than the green ball.This is the biggest ball of the lot.
3. 3. When we use adjectives to compare persons orthings, we are said to be using degrees ofcomparison.Ketika kita menggunakan kata sifat untukmembandingan orang atau benda, maka kita sebutdenga penggunaan degrees of comparison.
4. 4. Positive degreeComparison degreeSuperlative degree
5. 5. ADJECTIVES : Positive DegreeThe Positive Degree of an adjective is used to discribe asingle thing or person. It simply describe the existence of aquality. Rudi is a tall boy.
6. 6. ADJECTIVES : Comparative DegreeThe Comparative Degrre of an adjective is used to comparetwo person or things with each other. Roni is taller than Rudi. RONI RUDI
7. 7. ADJECTIVES : Superlative Degree The Superlative Degrre of an adjective is used to compare more than two person or things with each other. Robby is the tallest of the three boys. RUDI RONI ROBBY
8. 8. ADJECTIVES :Degree of ComparisonRUDI RONI ROBBY * Rudi is a tall boy. * Roni is taller than Rudi. * Robby is the tallest of the three boys.
9. 9. COMPARATIVE DEGREEAdding –erExample : big – biggerSUPERLATIVE DEGREEAdding –estExample : big – bigest
10. 10. The adjective ends by “e” then thecomparative formed by adding “r”. Andthe Superlative formed by adding “st”. Positive Comparative Superlative Wise Wiser Wisest
11. 11. If the positive form of an adjective endsin “y”, and it has a consonant beforeit, then “y” is first change to “i” beforeadding “-er” and “est”. Positive Comparative Superlative heavy Heavier heaviest If the “y” has a vowel before it, then “- er” and “-est” are simply added. Positive Comparative Superlative grey greyer greyest