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There are no distinctions of Gender, Number or Case among English adjectives. Most adjectives which are disyllabic or polysyllabic (e.g. `dreadful', `beautiful') are invariable and do not take inflection for Degree. These adjectives form comparison by the use of the adverbs `more' and `most'. There are many exceptions, however, including, in particular, disyllabic adjectives ending in `-y', for which both the inflectional and the non-inflectional comparison are acceptable.