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Adjectives and adverbs of more than one syllable, such as the word “brittle,” usually form the superlative by using: A. “more” (more brittle). B. “most” (most brittle). C. “-er” (brittler). D. “-est” (brittlest).
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User: Adjectives and adverbs of more than one syllable, such as the word “brittle,” usually form the superlative by using: A. “more” (more brittle). B. “most” (most brittle). C. “-er” (brittler). D. “-est” (brittlest).

Weegy: There are two ways to make or form a comparative adjective: short adjectives: add "-er" long adjectives: use "more" [ ]
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Adjectives and adverbs of more than one syllable, such as the word “brittle,” usually form the superlative by using: B. “most” (most brittle).
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