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    No other flower in this garden is as beautiful as rose. [Advanced]

    ASuperlative: Rose is the most beautiful flower in this garden.

    Comparative: Rose is most beautiful than any other flower in this garden

    BSuperlative: Rose is the most beautiful flower in this garden.

    Comparative: Rose is beautiful than any other flower in this garden

    CSuperlative: Rose is the beautiful flower in this garden.

    Comparative: Rose is more beautiful than any other flower in this garden

    DSuperlative: Rose is the most beautiful flower in this garden.

    Comparative: Rose is more beautiful than any other flower in this garden

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    Correct option is D)

    Adjectives have three degrees of comparison:1. Positive degree: It is the adjective in its simplest form. Examples are smart, good, intelligent etc.2. Comparative degree: When two persons or things of same class are compared together, we use comparative degree. Examples are smarter, better, more intelligent etc.3. Superlative degree: When more than two persons or things of same class are compared, it is said to be in superlative degree. Examples are smartest, best, most intelligent etc.Here, option D is correct. Given sentence is in Positive degree. The term 'more beautiful and 'most beautiful' are comparative and superlative forms of beautiful respectively. Superlative degree is preceded by 'the'. Conjunction 'than' comes after the Comparative degree.Option A is incorrect as 'most' in comparative form is wrong.Option B is incorrect as comparative form is incomplete.Option C is incorrect as superlative form is incomplete.

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    The correct answer is 'The rose is the sweetest of all flowers.' Key Points Superlative adjectives are used to compare three or

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    Choose the option showing the superlative degree of the following sentence :-

    No other flower is as sweet as the rose.

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    The rose is the sweetest of all flowers.

    Rose is a sweet flower.

    Other flowers are as sweet as rose.

    None of the above.

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    Option 1 : The rose is the sweetest of all flowers.

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    The correct answer is 'The rose is the sweetest of all flowers.'

    Key Points

    Superlative adjectives are used to compare three or more nouns. They're also used to select one thing out of a group and demonstrate a higher level of comparison between entities.

    Ex: Tom Hanks is the most versatile of all the actors in the world.

    The steps to change a positive degree into its superlative degree are mentioned below:

    Remove 'no other' and use the object (the rose) of the sentence with positive degree (sweet) as the subject of that with superlative.

    Use a suitable verb (here in the given sentence, it's 'is')

    Remove 'as....as' and use the superlative degree of the adjective (sweetest).

    A superlative degree should be preceded by 'the'.

    After the adjective, use the subject of positive as the object of superlative.

    Write in/of + other words; if this structure is in the positive.

    On following the above steps, we get the required sentence as mentioned below:

    The rose is the sweetest of all flowers.

    Therefore, the correct answer is option 1).

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    What is the comparative form of 'The rose is the first of all flowers'?

    Answer (1 of 2): I don’t think it’s possible. The first is not an adjective that can have a comparative form (first, firster firstest? Nope.) and neither is all. (aller, allest? Certainly not.)

    What is the comparative form of "The rose is the first of all flowers"?

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    I don’t think it’s possible. The first is not an adjective that can have a comparative form (first, firster firstest? Nope.) and neither is all. (aller, allest? Certainly not.)

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