There r 3 degrees of comparison in adjectives..............
Positive degree- when no comparison is made. Like tall, young. good.
Comparative degree- when two things or persons r compared. Like taller, younger, better. THAN is always used in comparative degree.
Superlative degree- when more than two persons or things of a same class are compared. Like tallest, youngest, best. THE is always used before the superlative adj.

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There are three basic degrees of adjectives:
1. Positive degree           (Eg : good , fine , rich , prosperous , beautiful...)
2. Comparative degree (Eg : better, finer,richer ,more prosperous,more beautiful...)
3. Superlative degree    (Eg : best,finest,richest,most prosperous,most beautiful..)
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in which class?
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