Most of the confusion that writers face in English has to do with homophones : words that sound alike when spoken but have different meanings and spellings. Today, however, we are dealing with a different concept: comparative and superlative adjectives. In this post, I want to talk about worse vs. I will use both words in example sentences and outline exactly when to use each word.
With skin cancer, like all diseases, over time some people get better and some people get worse , and often we really don't know why. It wasn't the first time she'd heard such a thing, but it sounded far worse coming from the devil than it had Wynn. He knew in a situation like this fear and panic were their worse enemies. But it is the fault of the government itself that the remedy is worse than the evil. But I guess if we have, it's no worse than having a child out of wedlock.
If you ask your friends not necessarily recommending this But, now, science is weighing in on how exactly relationships change who we are. A recent study published in the journal Personal Relationships examined how a relationship could change each person in it, and how that could affect the quality of the relationship. The researches asked participants to rate how much they identified with specific statements, including, "I have added positive qualities to my sense of self," "I feel like I've become less competent and capable," "My bad habits have diminished," "I have learned more undesirable things about myself," and "I have more negative qualities. By crunching the numbers, they were able to discover that "individuals are more satisfied with and committed to their relationships when their self-concept has improved either by the addition of positive content or the subtraction of negative content , whereas others are dissatisfied and less committed when their self-concept has degraded either by the addition of negative content or the subtraction of positive content.
These two words- worse and worst -are very similar and are often confused. However, they do have very distinct meanings, and these meanings are easily understood. Take a few minutes to read about their differences-really, what's the worst that could happen? Worse can function as an adjective or adverb , and is the comparative form of "bad" or "ill. If two people are feeling "ill," one is feeling worse that the other.