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Alexis Avila Founder/President of Prepped & Polished teaches you how to avoid a common SAT Grammar mistake:
1. Use the comparative form of the adjective/adverb when there are two objects
2. Use the superlative form of the adjective/adverb when there are three or more objects.
3. Never use the comparative/superlative forms for Absolute Adjectives.
What did you think about this tip? Are there other grammar mistakes students often make?
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