- measured or judged by estimating the similarity or dissimilarity between one thing and another; relative；involving the systematic observation of the similarities or dissimilarities between two or more branches of science or subjects of study
- a comparative adjective or adverb.；the middle degree of comparison.
- 1. measured or judged by estimating the similarity or dissimilarity between one thing and another; relative:
he returned to the comparative comfort of his own home
- 2. involving the systematic observation of the similarities or dissimilarities between two or more branches of science or subjects of study:
- 3. (of an adjective or adverb) expressing a higher degree of a quality, but not the highest possible (e.g. braver; more fiercely).
- 4. (of a clause) involving comparison (e.g. he's not as good as he was).
- 1. a comparative adjective or adverb.
- 2. the middle degree of comparison.
文法規則: 比較級 taller than 後接主詞 如 I, you, he, she, it, they, we, you 不接受詞 me我 因為這句是用於比較 me 沒有在接受誰 故用 I h癌是正確的 希望幫到您
"comparative" is used to compare TWO things or persons... correct. "春節是最有意義" here "最有" implies comparative or superlative. Even though "最有" means superlative, but comparative...
...question #5, and #6, you are asked to find the comparative for adverb. Therefore, for slowly ==> slowlier (however...win. 2012-05-12 03:22:47 補充： The rule of comparative for adverb is: with two or more syllable, use "more...