Susan Verner reports:
"The structure of comparative and superlative adjectives in English is quite simple. When comparing two items, also known as comparative adjectives, add –er to the adjective to express superiority. This holds true for any adjectives that are one or two syllables. For three[-]syllable adjectives, use 'more' to express the comparison.
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