|There are three types of adjectives to describe the level of a quality or a property. These are positive, comparative, and superlative adjectives.
Positive adjectives are plain adjectives. They do not compare anything.
A few more positive adjectives are:
Comparative adjectives compare two items or things.
More examples of comparative adjectives are:
Superlative adjective tell us that the noun has the highest level of a quality.
More examples of superlative adjectives are:
Directions: In the following sentences, the form of the underlined adjective is incorrect. Write the correct form. Write at least five more examples each for positive, comparative, and superlative adjectives. As a homework, read a story book and find sentences containing positive, comparative, and superlative adjectives; and write the sentences on a sheet of paper and underline the adjectives.