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Which is correct braver or more brave?
Last Updated: 30th March, 2021
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Then, what is the comparative of brave?
Comparative. braver. Superlative. bravest. Thesuperlative form of brave; most brave.
One may also ask, what is the comparative degree and superlative degree of brave? Comparative Degree: An adjective is said to be inthe comparitive degree when it is used to compare twonouns/pronouns. Superlative Degree: An adjective is insuperlative degree when it is used to compare more than twonouns/pronouns. We use the article 'the' before the superlativedegrees.
Likewise, what type of word is braver?
Use the verb brave when you want to say thatsomeone is facing a dangerous or unpleasant situation courageously:“Only the hardiest skiers were able to brave the icyconditions and complete the course.” Both adjective andverb forms of the word share a common meaning —the sense of having courage or acting fearlessly.
What is the comparative form of a word?
Adjectives have three forms: positive,comparative, and superlative. The simplestform of the adjective is its positive form. When twoobjects or persons are being compared, the comparative formof the adjective is used.