Adjectives tell us how much or to what extent something has a quality or trait. Comparatives compare the amount with something else, whereas superlatives say something has the most or greatest extent of that trait.
Who’s is a contraction that combines who and is. Whose is the possessive form of who.
What are speech and language comprised of? There are 8 main parts of speech that make up the English language. Read all about them in this lesson.
Adjectives are describing words that modify nouns. English would be insufferable (adj.) without these descriptive (adj.) words.
Personal pronouns are words that stand in the place of nouns. The Latin word, pronoun, ‘pronomen’ translates to “word standing in place of a noun.”
Whom functions as a sentence object, whereas who’s is a contraction of who and is.