Question: What Is A Good Grammar?

Who did it best or better?

“Better” is a comparative, i.e.

it is a relationship between two things.

“Best” is a superlative, i.e.

it states the position of this one thing compared to all the other things under discussion..

When to use which vs what?

“Which” is more formal when asking a question that requires a choice between a number of items. You can use “What” if you want, though. Generally speaking, you can replace the usage of “which” with “what” and be OK grammatically.

What is superlative mean?

adjective. of the highest kind, quality, or order; surpassing all else or others; supreme; extreme: superlative wisdom. Grammar. of, relating to, or noting the highest degree of the comparison of adjectives and adverbs, as smallest, best, and most carefully, the superlative forms of small, good, and carefully.

Do you say I am well or I am good?

“I’m well” is also allowed but not for the reasons many think. That response only works if “well” takes on its adjectival form, meaning “in good health” or “good or satisfactory.” Now, if someone asks “How are you doing?” “I’m doing well” is the correct response.

What is why grammar?

Grammar > Nouns, pronouns and determiners > Question words > Why. from English Grammar Today. Why is a wh-word. We use why to talk about reasons and explanations.

What should I reply for I am fine?

“I am fine” is a statement, and not a question. Accordingly, no “response” is engendered. In my opinion, if you wish to make a statement after someone says “I am fine,” the options available for the follow-up statement are fairly open-ended, but should not include an opinion or judgment about the initiating statement.

Is there a word called bestest?

It is, provided the context in which the word is used is informal. Dictionaries that list the word claim that it is ‘non standard’, and ‘childish’. ‘Bestest’ is mostly used by children, to mean ‘best of the best’ or ‘better than best’.

Is seeing as correct grammar?

Seeing as is the generally accepted form; I don’t recall ever hearing anyone say seen as (though it’s possible I just didn’t notice). Grammatically speaking, seeing as is a conjunction; it fills the same function here as because. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it this way: seeing that, hence ellipt.

Can I say I’m good?

There is nothing wrong with “I’m good”. There are a few reasons why people might think that I’m good is incorrect. The most prominent, the one I’m often given as justification, is that good is an adjective and well an adverb. That’s all well and good, but am is a conjugated form of to be.