Worse vs. Worst

10 November 2:00 am
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I admit, worse vs. worst–two more words I use to avoid because I was never sure which to use!

So, in case you’re wondering–

Use the word worse when comparing two things.  An example of this –“In my opinion, brussels sprouts are worse than cauliflower”.

Use the word worst when comparing more than two things, such as, “Both brussels sprouts and cauliflower are bad, but onions are the worst!”

I can remember it now!  And remember, fun learning is forever learning!

Ann Simpson

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