Comparatives and Superlatives


Smart, smarter, smartest. Intelligent, intellligenter, intelligentist? Why do some words have comparative and superlative forms and others don't? And, more important, how can you which are which? Here's what you need to know. (Spoiler alert: the answers are in the dictionary.)

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