Guide to Grammar and Usage · Use the superlative form (- est or most form) to compare more than two things. · Never use - er and more or - est and most together. Review the following chart. Part of Speech adjective adverb adjective adverb Positive wide widely faithful faithfully Comparative wider more widely more faithful more faithfully Superlative widest most widely most faithful most faithfully 289 Good and bad do not follow these guidelines. They have irregular forms. Part of Speech adjective adverb adjective adverb Positive good well bad badly Comparative better better worse worse Superlative best best worst worst Conjunctions Conjunctions connect words or groups of words. Examples: and, but, or for, because, although Contractions Contractions are two words combined. When you contract words, add an apostrophe in the space where the letters have been taken out. Examples: · does + not = doesn't · we + re = we're · I + will = I'll Don't confuse contractions with possessive pronouns. Study this chart. Contraction it's (it is) you're (you are) they're (they are) who's (who is) Possessive Pronoun its your their whose D Dangling Modifiers A dangling modifier is a word or phrase that describes something that has been left out of the sentence. · Dangling :Making startling new discoveries in science, the Renaissance was a time or rebirth.