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What is the degree of comparison of the underlined modifier? They will need to swing at the pitches more patiently next inning. A. positive B. comparative C. superlative
They will need to swing at the pitches more patiently next inning. The degree of comparison is comparative.
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They will need to swing at the pitches more patiently next inning.
The degree of comparison is comparative.
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