Comparatives And Superlatives

English abides by the rules to use ‘er’ at the end for representing a comparative degree and use an ‘est’ at the end to represent a superlative degree.

Here are some examples:

High – higher – highest
Short – shorter …

How To Use Suffixes In Italian Grammar

Nouns, adverbs or adjectives may be joined with Suffixes. Non-accented vowels should not be used in conjunction with using suffixes. Suffixes change the meaning of the base word. Some of the most common used in Italian grammer include –ino, -icino, …