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The newer members of our book group always select the most interesting books for us to read. Which is the comparative adjective? newer always most interesting

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  1. anonymous
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    i think the answer is the first one but i'm not sure

  2. anonymous
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    @EmblemLucina845

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The comparative ending, or suffix for short, is most often ending in "est" or "er" so the comparative adjective here is newer

  4. anonymous
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    thnxs man

  5. anonymous
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    heh actually ima girl

  6. anonymous
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    oh sry it's ur pic that threw me off don't worry i'm bi sexual and alott of people mistake me for being gay

  7. anonymous
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    haha my picture is a girl too though

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    yeah but the black hair at the bottom mixes with the shirt or scarf she is wearing

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    oh okay now i cant see her as a girl anymore ha

  10. anonymous
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    hey you got a gmail

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