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He is the _____ member of the club. contentest most content
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2.most content
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This aisle is _____ than that one. narrower more narrow
Weegy: more narrow User: That is an example of the survival of the _____. fittest most fit (More)
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The answer is survival of the fittest.
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This aisle is NARROWER than that one.

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That is an example of the survival of the fittest.
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I think that he is the _____ dog in the contest. handsomest most handsome
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I think that he is the __most handsome___ dog in the contest.
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All of the operators are efficient. subject predicate direct object indirect object predicate nominative predicate adjective
Weegy: I can't see the italicized part. User: efficient (More)
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I am sorry we can not see the italicized words in our system. You would need to reply with the full sentence and then ask what the specific italicized part is .


For example: All dogs go to heaven.

You would reply with: What is the word "dogs" in the sentence ,"All dogs go to heaven." ?
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Comparatives are formed in what two ways?
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The comparative form is used to show the contrast between two things, people, groups.
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