In the final lesson on Effective Grammar, we look at degrees of comparison. By the end of the lesson, learners should be able to define positives, comparatives and superlatives, and they should also be able to avoid common errors such as saying that something is “gooder” than something else, or that one thing is “deader” than another. You may want to create a chart of common degrees of comparison for learners to refer to and be reminded of.

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Degrees Of Comparison – English Lesson
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