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Comparing with Good and Bad - 6th Grade Grammar

Comparing with Good and Bad - 6th Grade Grammar

Comparing With Good

Some adjectives form irregular comparisons. These are not formed by adding -er and -est to the end of words or by preceding words with more and most

The adjective good is an irregular comparison. 

The comparative of good is better. Use better to compare two things. 
        The first movie had a better plot than the second one.

The superlative of good is best. Use best to compare three or more things.
        I had the best time ever at last night’s movie marathon!

        Rex is a good dog. Spike is a better dog than Rex. Fido is the best dog of all.

Comparing with Bad

The adjective bad is another irregular comparison. 

The comparative of bad is worse. Use worse to compare two things. 
        Do you think there is a worse movie than the last one?

The superlative of bad is worst. Use worst to compare three or more things.
        The longest film also had the worst acting.
        We watched some of the worst films ever made.
        
        Mom has a bad cough, but Dad’s cough is worse. I have the worst cough of all.

Comparing with Good and Bad Activity

Select the correct comparative or superlative form of the adjective in parentheses ( ).

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