Adverbs like adjectives have degrees of comparison which are formed in the similar manner.
1. Adverbs of one syllable form their comparative and superlative by adding er and est respectively to the positive.
2. Adverbs ending in -ly form their comparative and superlative by adding more and most respectively.
|quickly||more quickly||most quickly|
|happily||more happily||most happily|
|gently||more gently||most gently|
|politely||more politely||most politely|
|beautifully||more beautifully||most beautifully|
Note: The comparative and superlative degree of early are earlier and earliest.
3. There are some adverbs which form the degrees of comparison in an irregular way.
POSITION OF ADVERBS
The position of Adverbs is not fixed in a sentence. They vary from one sentence to another. However, they are not placed between a verb and its object.