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adverbs that are modified to show a relative degree of comparison. There are three degrees of comparison: positive, which indicates a property, e.g. She walks fast; comparative, which indicates a greater degree of that property, e.g. She walks faster; and superlative which indicates the greatest degree of that property, e.g. She walks fastest.
a mark in a written text which assists the reader to make sense of a text, e.g. a full stop or...
an adverb that tells us how much of or to what degree something is done, e.g. He was most...
a punctuation mark which links two or more words: step-sister; brother-in-law.