What is comparative for cute? More cute or cuter?
Need help. How to make the comparative correctly for the word “cute”? Is it “more cute” or “cuter”? Thanks!
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This adjective only has one syllable so you just say cuter... the general rule is that if an adjective as only one syllable, you just need to add 'er' or 'r' in this case since the word cute ends in 'e'.
Cute is adjective, cuter is comparative and the cutest is superlative.
Cuter, or as i would say gorgeous or adorable
The answer is cuter.
The adjective cuter is correct and it’s used when comparing two objects e.g Who’s cuter outta chad Michael Murray and Orlando bloom . Also, we can use cutest when comparing between three or more things ,for example;She is the dearest ,cutest little thing now and so loving.
cuter is its comparative form but sometimes even native speakers do tend to wonder and if the comparative form sounds weird , the more natural form is used regardless of it being grammatically wrong. As Stephen Fry famously said in his video on grammar :)
The comparative of word cute is cuter.
Comparative for "cute" is "cuter".
One syllable adjectives get er to become comparatives. That kitten is cuter than this one.
Actually, the correct form for short adjectives would be Cute - cuter - the cutest However when you want to emphasize it even more, you can use ‘way cuter’ Eg: This Teddy bear is way cuter than that one.