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What is the positive form of an adverb?

Adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives or other adverbs, and like adjectives exist in three degrees: positive, comparative and superlative. The positive degree is the form in which an adverb will appear in the dictionary, and usually in a form that ends in -ly.

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Keeping this in consideration, what is a positive adverb?

A positive adverb denotes the primary degree of an adverb, i.e., the basic or uncompared form of the adverb. Example- She spoke loudly. She spoke more loudly than usual.

Beside above, what is the positive form of least? Comparative Form and Superlative Form (irregular comparisons)

positive form comparative form superlative form
bad / ill worse worst
little (amount) less least
little (size) smaller smallest
much / many more most

Subsequently, question is, what is the positive form?

The positive form is used to describe nouns (people, places or things) or to describe verbs (actions). Some adjectives and adverbs form the positive with entirely different words. These are the irregular positive forms.

What is the positive form of the word longest?

8. Choose the sentence with the positive form comparing adjective: This book is more interesting than that one.

Forming comparative adjectives.

Positive Comparative Superlative
This book is long. This book is longer than that book. This is the longest book.

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