...Quo ad virtutem vero eius sive operationem sui interpositione fervorem Solis temperat et mitigat, per sui resolutionem in pluviam vel in rorem inferiora vegetat et foecundat, per suam figuram et multiformem colorum variationem superiora pulcrificat et decorat, dominium humiditatis in aere signat.
Comparison of Adjectives
The word inferiora is the neuter accusative of the comparative form of the adjective inferius. Remember, comparatives and superlatives of adjectives in Latin are generally formed according to a regular pattern.
But there are some adjectives which change stems in the comparative and superlative, and it's important that you know them! Supply the comparative and superlative forms of these stem-changing adjectives:
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