Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Comparative"

Example sentences using "Comparative"

Q: Please show me example sentences with repeated and double comparatives.
A: Como qué? Tienes un ejemplo en español?
Q: Please show me example sentences with comparatives
A: I'm as ready as I'll ever be
the apple is as good as the orange
red is as good as blue
Q: Please show me example sentences with comparatives.
A: The dog is BIGGER THAN the cat.
Köpek kediden daha büyük
Q: Please show me example sentences with comparative & comparable.
A: Comparable - 接尾語をみたら「することができる」となっている
Last years results are comparable to this year's.

Your writing is comparable to great scholars.

Comparativeの後はよく形容詞 がつけられている
”they left the city for the comparative cool of the country” (Googleからの例文)

グラフとかに関して、なんかを比較するもの・こと - 学者が文章でよく使う言葉です。
A comparative graph
This graph shows the comparative profit growth between 2000 and 2010

Synonyms of "Comparative" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between comparative and contrastive ?
A: Comparative is to find the similarities between two (or more) things.
Ex: Math and English are both difficult for me to learn.

Contrastive is to find the differences between two (or more) things.
Ex: English is easy for me to understand, but math isn’t.
Q: What is the difference between comparative and superlative ?
A: Comparative: He is taller than me. OR She is smarter than him. OR He is more outgoing than me.

Superlative: He is the fastest on the team. OR We are the best! Or She is the most beautiful.
Q: What is the difference between comparative and superlative ?
A: The comparative compares two things, the superlative compares more than two.

Translations of "Comparative"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the comparative of "crowded"
A: More crowded
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 比較級(comparatives)を使って
A: He gradually grows older.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? comparative
A: “Comparative”

Other questions about "Comparative"

Q: is it possible to use the comparatives n Compared to in a sentence?
i mean im asking whether u can replace Than with compared to.
A: Yes! You can use commas too: “Studying, compared to sports training, is better for the future.”

Whichever one you like more. I think the “—“ makes it look like there is more emphasis on the words in between the two hyphens.

Hope that helps!
Q: Can we use less and least to form comparatives and superlatives with one syllable adjectives?
A: You can but it is more common to add "er" for comparatives and "est" for superlatives. For example

Least noisy = quietest (superlative)
less noisy = quieter (comparative)

In sentences

That dog is the least noisy
That dog is the quietest

That dog is less noisy
That dog is quieter

The second sentences sound more natural but grammatically they are all correct
Q: What’s the comparative of gorgeous?”
A: "Hideous" is the opposite of gorgeous. "Stunning" is the same as gorgeous.
Q: When you use comparatives with colors, do you add "er", like bluer? And is it in all the cases?
A: Yellower
...I'm pretty sure you can tack on the "er" to just about all the colors (it would also sound natural to say "more ____" ) If both colors are the same, but one is darker/lighter, then you would say "this one is lighter blue" And if you are saying that it is menos azul que, it translates to "less blue." -you probably already know that though :)
Q: How to do comparatives and superlatives forms of these words:
A: more boring, most boring
uglier, ugliest
safer, safest
farther/further, farthest/furthest

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