Irregular Adjectives, Comparative, Superlative and Example Sentences
|Good||Better||The best||•I feel better today.
•Mark is the best footballer in the university.
|Old||Older||The oldest||•She’s a good seven years older than me.
•Next to wood, coal is the oldest of fuels.
|Far||Further||The furthest||•Samuel had no further questions.
•My car is the furthest one.
|Bad||Worse||The worst||•Gentility without ability is worse than plain beggary.
•She is the worst liar I have ever known.
|Well||Better||The best||•We’d better get a move on.
•Mary did her best.
|Little||Less||Least||•I sleep less than my father.
•It was the least I could do.
|Many||More||Most||•Made more powerful or stylish
•Most people think I’m clever.