Comparisons are common in everyday conversations

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Comparisons are common in everyday conversations. When making comparisons of inequality, you  judge that one thing is more or less superior than another; when making comparisons of equality,  you express that both things are equal. Comparisons are made using adjectives, adverbs, and  nouns.  Comparative and superlative (expressing the extreme degree) expressions allow for colloquial  (informal) usage of the language. Many of them may be used to express “more” or “less.”  Comparisons of inequality use adjectives, adverbs, and nouns to show that two things are not equal.  In English, comparisons take three forms:
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