Comparative and Superlative ADVERBS

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more quietly
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
most quietly
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
more happily
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
most carefully
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
more carefully
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
most happily
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
more patiently
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
most patiently
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
slower
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
most dimly
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
more dimly
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
slowest
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
earlier
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
earliest
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
faster
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
fastest
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
higher
COMPARATIVE (compares 2 VERBS)
highest
SUPERLATIVE (compares 3 or more VERBS)
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