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Adjectives and adverbs of one syllable, such as the word “fast,” usually form the comparative by adding: A. “-est.” B. “most” before the adjective and adverb. C. “-er.” D. “the” before the adjective and adverb.
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User: Adjectives and adverbs of one syllable, such as the word “fast,” usually form the comparative by adding: A. “-est.” B. “most” before the adjective and adverb. C. “-er.” D. “the” before the adjective and adverb.

Weegy: Adjectives and adverbs of more than one syllable, such as the word ?beautiful,? usually form the comparative by using: A. ?more? (more beautiful).
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Adjectives and adverbs of one syllable, such as the word “fast,” usually form the comparative by adding: “-er.”
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