Do you make a comparison or a comparison?

1 : to say that two or more things or people are similar His work has been widely praised.

What is the comparison of little?

Irregular comparatives and superlativesAdjectiveComparativeSuperlativegoodbetterbestbadworseworstlittlelessleastmuchmoremost1 more row

Is Littler correct grammar?

littler and the littlest do exist. What is “correct” is whatever is commonly used. I often hear native English speakers using littler and the littlest and so we can say that they are “correct”. However, “littler” may be more common in American English (in British English “smaller” is probably more common).

Is there a word Littler?

Littler is grammatically incorrect.

Is funner a word?

And they also agree that…the answer to “is funner a word?” is yes. If you want to consider “fun,” as an adjective, a word, then “funner” is indeed a word, as is “funnest,” per normal rules of adjective formation.

Is it littler or more little?

If little means “small in size,” the comparative is littler or more little, and the superlative is littlest. If little means “small amount of,” the comparative is less, and the superlative is least. Examples: He was the littlest boy in the class.

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