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Comparing with More and Most - 6th Grade Grammar

Comparing with More and Most - 6th Grade Grammar

Comparing with More

Form the comparative of most one- and some two-syllable adjectives by adding -er to the word: softer, quieter, harder 

For adjectives of more than two syllables, form the comparative by adding more in front of the adjective: more emotional, more colorful, more common.

        This basketball game is more exciting than last week’s game.
        Our team is more enthusiastic than the other team is.
        This week’s crowd is bigger than last week’s.
        Our offense is more effective than our defense.
        The point guard on our team is faster than their point guard.
        That lion has a more ferocious roar than the other one.

Comparing with Most

Form the superlative of most one- and some two-syllable adjectives by adding -est to the word: coziest, warmest, toughest 

Form the superlative of many adjectives with two or more syllables by adding most in front of the adjective: most effective, most talented, most athletic

        That movie was one of the most entertaining films of the year.
        The special effects were among the most incredible I have ever seen.
        Science fiction is the most fascinating type of movie to me.
        The largest lion has the most ferocious roar of all.

Comparing with More and Most  Activity- 6th Grade Grammar

Select Comparative if the adjective is comparative. Select Superlative if the adjective is superlative.

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