Good, Better, Best

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  1. Swedish-Norwegian reader:

    I just wondered this thing because in Sweden/Norway we have bra-bättre-bäst and bra-bedre-best, respectively. The latter to forms is pronounced very much like the English “better, best” in both languages.

    The Nordic-Scandinavian languages also have their root in old german, so the explaination here seems pretty likely.

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