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08.11 Irregular Comparison of Adjectives Salvete, discipuli picturarum moventium! These adjectives may be irregular, but many of them will look familiar. In this lesson you will do the following: Learn the irregular comparative and superlative forms for some adjectives. Discover the roots of some of the great SAT words (ameliorate, pejorative, etc.). Positive Comparative Superlative bonus,-a,-um good melior,melius better optimus, -a -um best malus,-a,-um bad peior, peius worse pessimus,-a,-um
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Unformatted text preview: worst magnus,-a,-um large maior, maius larger maximus, -a,-um largest parvus,-a,-um small minor, minus smaller minimus,-a,-um smallest multus,-a,-um many __, plus ** more plurimus,-a,-um most **Genitive. pluris ; there is no masculine and feminine singular, and no dative singular at all, the plural is plures, plura, genitive plurium , etc. Adverbs from the Irregular Adjectives The adverbs formed from the adjectives above are compared, in general, like regular adverbs....
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course LAT 1121 taught by Professor Lisabunge during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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