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The comparative form of adjectives compares A. two things or people. B. at least a dozen different items. C. the past to the present. D. more than two things or people.
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User: The comparative form of adjectives compares A. two things or people. B. at least a dozen different items. C. the past to the present. D. more than two things or people.

Weegy: The comparative form of adjectives compares two things or people.
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User: To form the comparative degree of adverbs, you should add which of the following words? A. All or none B. Most or least C. More or less D. Great or little

Weegy: To form the comparative degree of adverbs, you should add the words: More or less.
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User: What type of action do progressive verbs show? A. Singular B. Future C. Continuous D. Present perfect

Weegy: Progressive verbs show a continuous type of action.
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User: Which one of the following statements is true for the base forms of verbs? A. When the subject of a sentence is singular, add –s to the base form. B. Add –ed to irregular base forms to form the past participle. C. Do not use a base form with plural subjects. D. Add to to the base form to create an adjective.

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When the subject of a sentence is singular, add -s to the base form.- is true statement for the base forms of verbs.
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Which one of the following statements is true for the base forms of verbs? A. When the subject of a sentence is singular, add –s to the base form. B. Add –ed to irregular base forms to form the past participle. C. Do not use a base form with plural subjects. D. Add to to the base form to create an adjective.
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When the subject of a sentence is singular, add -s to the base form is true for the base forms of verbs.
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