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Demonstrative, Interrogative, Indefinite, Comparative, and Superlative Adjectives

Across
The positive form of “best”
The Demonstrative Adjective that is far and plural
When a Superlative Adjective has three or more syllables and expresses fewer
This refers to any or all of a group
The Demonstrative Adjective that is far and singular
The Interrogative Adjective used when you speak of belonging to a person
The Demonstrative Adjective that is near and singular
When a Superlative Adjective has three or more syllables and expresses having more
Down
The Interrogative Adjective asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc.
The Superlative form of “bad”
The Superlative form of “hot”
The Interrogative Adjective used to ask about one or more of a specific set of items
When a Comparative Adjective has three or more syllables and expresses fewer
The Demonstrative Adjective that is near and plural
The Comparative form of “wise”