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" ... comparison. There are three degrees of comparison, — the positive., comparative, and superlative. , The positive simply denotes a quality; as, righteous, pleasant. a quality in a higher degree than the other as^ This tree is taller than that. "
El quichua, gramßtica y crestomatÝa: seguido de la traducciˇn de un ... - PÓgina 19
per Joseph Henry Gybbon Spilsbury - 1897 - 327 pÓgines
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A Short, Plain, Comprehensive, Practical Latin Grammar, Comprising All the ...

James Ross - 1818 - 184 pÓgines
...only, which are capable of having their signification increased, or diminished, can be comparedThere are three degrees of comparison, the Positive, Comparative, and Superlative. The Positive simply declares a quality ; as, longos, long, lŰn´s, mild ; felix, happy. The Comparative heightens...
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Rudiments of the Greek language, for the use of the Edinburgh academy [by A ...

Archibald N. Carmichael - 1828 - 187 pÓgines
...eÝixvugÝ -(>) -utfa/c -wr/ (v) &e/xrjtraš -ива; -WTO. -иной -uvra COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES. There are three Degrees of Comparison ; the Positive, Comparative, and Superlative. The most common form of Comparison is by adding rsfof, a, on, for the Comparative, and raros, 1> ov, for...
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Initia Latina; Or, The Rudiments of the Latin Tongue: Illustrated by ...

Charles Harrison Lyon - 1834 - 132 pÓgines
...ADJECTIVES. The comparison of adjectives is the expression of their signification in different degrees.* There are three degrees of comparison, the positive. comparative, and superlative. The positive degree is the unchanged form of the adjective. The comparative increases or diminishes the signification...
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A Modern Greek and English lexicon

I. Lowndes - 1837
...ţTcXXouš╗ źV5 a, V. тгвХи, -╗"oXXj, ffoXu, TToXXoţ, a´, a. COMPARISON. Adjectives have three degrees of comparison, the Positive, Comparative and Superlative. The Positive is the natural formation of the word, as атг. The Comparative is formed by adding rešoš, as, š, and...
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Rudiments of the Greek language, upon the basis of Wettenhall

George Newenham Wright - 1840
...; as, źíWr^, twentieth, &c. The letters of the Alphabet are used to denote the natural numbers. ^ DEGREES OF COMPARISON. There are three Degrees of...Comparison, the Positive, , Comparative, and Superlative. *ú- Adjectives ending in ź. having a long Penult, form the Comparative by changing f into źgef,...
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The elements of English grammar

Edward Ward Foster - 1840 - 31 pÓgines
...prefixed to a noun, whether that noun be in the singular or plural number: as, a good wife; good wives. There are three degrees of Comparison: the POSITIVE, COMPARATIVE, and SUPERLATIVE. The Positive expresses quality, without increase or diminution: as, fine. The Comparative lessens or increases the...
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An initiatory grammar of the English language

John Millen - 1846 - 126 pÓgines
...words beginning with a vowel or silent h ; as, an army, on acorn, an hostler. Adjectives are varied by Degrees of Comparison. There are three Degrees of...Comparative, and Superlative. The Positive is the simple form ; as, sweet, large, beautiful. The Comparative expresses a higher or lower degree of a...
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A Treatise on the Structure of the English Language, Or, The Analysis and ...

Samuel Stillman Greene - 1846 - 258 pÓgines
...the adjective expressing the property by means of which they are compared, undergoes a change called comparison. There are three degrees of comparison,...positive., comparative, and superlative. , The positive simply denotes a quality; as, righteous, pleasant. a quality in a higher degree than the other as^...
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Greene's Analysis: A Treatise on the Structure of the English Language; Or ...

Samuel Stillman Greene - 1848 - 258 pÓgines
...the adjective expressing the property by means of which they are compared, undergoes a change called comparison, There are three degrees of comparison,...positive., comparative, and superlative. The positive simply denotes a quality; as, righteous, pleasant. a quality in a higher degree than the other ; as,...
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First Lessons in Grammar: Based Upon the Construction and Analysis of ...

Samuel Stillman Greene - 1848 - 171 pÓgines
...the adjective expressing the property by means of which they are compared, undergoes a change called comparison. There are three degrees of comparison,...positive, comparative, and superlative. The positive simply denotes a quality ; as, righteous, pleasant. The comparative shows that one of two objects possesses...
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