English Grammar - Adjective

English Grammar - Adjective
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English Grammar - Adjective

An adjective is one of the parts of speech in English grammar. It describes a noun. The comparative compares two or more things (or people) whilst the superlative compares three or more things (or people). Examples of irregular adjectives are given. Adjective phrases and adjective clauses are explained and simple examples are given too. I hope this mind map gives you a clear and basic overview of adjectives used in English grammar.
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bev
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Please forgive a critique. "Farther" is used for a measurable distance, and "further" is used for an idea. I can't carry you any farther. Are you sure you want to carry this argument any further?
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