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What is the meaning of Tricki?
1 : inclined to or marked by trickery. 2a : giving a deceptive impression of easiness, simplicity, or order : ticklish a tricky path through the swamp. b : trick sense 2. 3 : requiring skill, knack, or caution (as in doing or handling) : difficult a tricky problem also : ingenious a tricky rhythm.
What is the comparative degree of difficult?
3. Two-syllable adjectives which end in -y usually form the comparative by adding -er and the superlative by adding -est, (note the change of -y to-i in the comparative/superlative)….Some rules about forming comparatives and superlatives.
|difficult||more difficult||the most difficult|
Who is Tricki 10?
Answer: Tricki was a dachshund dog who had been pampered to such an extent that overfeeding, luxuries, and facilities became the cause of his illness. He became so fat that he could not walk properly.
Is Tricky an adjective or an adverb?
tricky adjective (DIFFICULT)
What is the comparative and superlative form of badly?
The comparative and superlative forms of bad are worse and worst. Her grades are getting worse and worse. When badly is used like this, its comparative and superlative forms are worse and worst.
What is the superlative form kind?
Superlative form of kind: most kind.
What is difficult comparative and superlative?
difficult (comparative difficulter or more difficult, superlative difficultest or most difficult)
What are the three forms of difficult?
The past tense of difficult is difficulted. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of difficult is difficults. The present participle of difficult is difficulting. The past participle of difficult is difficulted.
How are comparative adjectives different from Superlative adjectives?
For two-syllable (or longer) adjectives, we keep the adjective the same but add ‘the most’in front (e.g. boring – the most boring). The irregular forms in comparative adjectives are the same for superlative adjectives. So the superlative form of far is (the) furthest, bad becomes the worst and good is the best.
Are there any irregular forms in comparative adjectives?
The irregular forms in comparative adjectives are the same for superlative adjectives. So the superlative form of far is (the) furthest, badbecomesthe worstand goodis the best.
Which is the comparative form of the adjective black?
For example, if you say, “I have a black cat,” black is the adjective in the sentence. The comparative and superlative forms of adjectives are formed by either adding “-er” or “-est” to the end of the adjective, respectively (“er” goes with the comparative form, and “est” goes with the superlative form).