This is a very common question and I can totally understand why the verb 'to be' can confuse a lot of English learners. The verb 'to be' we can use in a few different situations. Let's go through each one.
What is the easier way remembering how to make the comparatives and superlatives of adjectives, adverbs and participles?
Thanks. ahmid - Pakistan
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