Comparatives and Superlatives
When to use it?
To show change or make comparisons:
§ I’m feeling better now.
To compare one thing with another:
§ She is five years older than me.
To describe something or someone changes:
§ Smartphones are getting more and more expensive.
We use the with comparative adjectives to show that one thing depends on another:
§ The faster he drives, the more dangerous it is. (When he drives faster, it is more dangerous).
A superlative adjective express the highest degree of a quality. Could be one thing or a group of things.
§ Everest is the highest mountain in the world.