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Comparison of adjectives in English Grammar - Regular and irregular forms and examples

Adjectives My cooking is as good as yours

In this last article in the series, we explore using the ablative of comparison instead of the conjunction “quam" to give more information when making comparisons using comparative adjectives.

(The quality of my cooking is the same as yours.) Adverbs

Adjectives Versus Adverbs: Three Degrees of Separation

In this third and final article of this series, we will discuss an alternative method to using “quam" to form and translate comparisons when using comparative adjectives. Here, we will learn about the Ablative of Comparison and its function as a means to provide more information to a reader or listener of Latin when using comparative adjectives.

Comparisons in Spanish - Enforex

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