> >> She speaks loud (or do you say loudly? Sprachgefühl saysMy feeling for the language could not tell me what was right. Logic
> >> to me: loud)
> I say <loudly> and find <loud> questionable,
> <loud> has been an adverb as well as an adjective for a longThis is new to me. I am not very well acquainted with historical
> time, and the comparative and superlative survive even for
> those of us who no longer use <loud> as an adverb.
>Where do I find a list or a summary of such adjectives which have
> >> She jumped higher than him.
> >> She ran slower than him. (Slowlier, huh?)
> <High> and <slow> are adverbs as well as adjectives, so
> there's no problem here. (Actually, many prefer <slowly> to
> adverbial <slow>, but the old comparative and superlative
> are standard.)