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Section 11.4.3.1

Comparative

The comparative usually is formed with an -er ending or the word moreor less.


We need to find a better stopper for this vial. [good changed to comparative form better with -er]

We need to find a smaller stopper for this vial. [small changed to comparative form smaller with -er]

We need to find a more tapered stopper for this vial. [comparative with more]

We need to find a less tapered stopper for this vial. [comparative with less]


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