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What is the comparative and superlative of mad?

What is the comparative and superlative of mad?

1) Mad:-comparative-madder and superlative- maddest.

What is the superlative degree of mad?

AdjectiveEdit The superlative form of mad. This hurts me the most, so I am the maddest.

What is the comparative adjective of mad?

Adjective. mad (comparative madder, superlative maddest) Insane; crazy, mentally deranged.

What is comparative and superlative forms?

A Comparative Adjective is a word that describes a noun by comparing it to another noun. Comparative adjectives typically end in ‘er’ and are followed by the word ‘than’. A Superlative Adjective is a word that describes a noun by comparing it to two or more nouns to the highest or lowest degree.

Is most badly correct?

For this meaning of badly, don’t use the comparative and superlative forms `worse’ and `worst’. Instead you use the forms more badly and most badly.

Do you say more bad?

“Badly” has special comparative and superlative forms: “worse” and “worst”. “More badly” doesn’t really exist (edit: the thread linked to below suggests one case when it can be used), though people would understand you if you said it. Lots of other adverbs do this too, like well, better, best.

How do you use badly correctly?

The word bad is an adjective and should be used to modify nouns and pronouns. Badly, like most words ending in -ly, is an adverb and is used to modify verbs. The thing that trips most people up is that linking verbs such as to be and to feel take adjectives rather than adverbs.

Which is worse or worst?

The key difference is that worse is used when directly comparing two or more things, and worst is used to describe something that is the “most bad.” For instance if the fish you had today is bad but yesterday’s was really bad, you’d say that yesterday’s meal is worse.

Is worser worse than more?

much worse, much worser Worse is the comparative form of bad. Worse is used with than to compare things. Much worser is an improper double comparative because the comparative form worse has an er-ending.