Superlative adjectives follow this formula: el/la/los/las/lo + más + adjective + (de…) Let’s take the sentence, “Adriana is smarter than Gemma, but Sandra is the smartest girl in the class.” The first clause uses a comparative adjective, and the second clause uses a superlative adjective.
How do you form a superlative in Spanish?
It can be formed by simply adding the adverb muy (very) before the adjective. Tu novia es muy guapa. → Your girlfriend is very pretty. Other adverbs such as tan (so), sumamente (extremely) and bien (really) can also be employed to express the absolute superlative of adjectives, at times even simultaneously.
What is the formula for superlatives?
To use a superlative, you simply add “-est” or “-iest” at the end of the adjective, or if there are more than two syllables in the word, then you add the word “most” before it.
What is a superlative statement in Spanish?
Relative Superlatives in Spanish
This phrase follows a simple formula: someone or something is the most adjective (or the adjectivest) in/of a group. Spanish relative superlatives also follow a similar, simple formula: Lucy es la persona más elegante de la fiesta.
How do you make a superlative comparison in Spanish?
Superlatives in Spanish
When a person or thing has the most or the least of a quality, we use superlatives. In English, the equivalence is adjective or adverb + ‘-est’ or the least/most + adjective or adverb. In Spanish, the construction is definite article (el/la/los/las) + más + adjective or adverb.
What is the formula for comparatives in Spanish?
4 Ways to Use Comparatives in Spanish
Use the rule más/menos + adjective + que to compare two things. For example, you could say “Argentina es más grande que España” (Argentina is bigger than Spain) or “Los argentinos son más guapos que los españoles” (Argentines are better looking than the Spanish).
What are comparative and superlative adjectives Spanish?
Comparative and superlative adjectives (los grados del adjetivo) allow us to compare the qualities expressed by adjectives. In Spanish grammar, comparative adjectives express more or less of a certain quality, whilst superlative adjectives express a superior quality.
How do you use superlative adjectives?
Superlative adjectives are used to describe an object which is at the upper or lower limit of a quality (the tallest, the smallest, the fastest, the highest). They are used in sentences where a subject is compared to a group of objects. Noun (subject) + verb + the + superlative adjective + noun (object).
What are comparative verbs in Spanish?
Spanish, however, has three comparative forms: superior, inferior, and equal. The superlatives for bueno and malo are based off of the irregular comparatives.
What four adjectives have their own comparative forms in Spanish?
Comparative adjectives in Spanish are formed by:
- más + adjective + que.
- menos + adjective + que.
How do you use Isimo?
Learn how to form the Spanish superlative with -ísimo
When we want to say “extremely [adjective/adverb]” in Spanish, we sometimes use the endings -ísimo, -ísima, -ísimos, -ísimas, as an alternative to muy, super, realmente; for example: muy caro, super caro, realmente caro, carísimo.
What is a comparative form of Malo?
As adjectives, bueno (good), malo (bad), grande (big), and pequeño (small) have irregular forms in the comparative and superlative.
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|malo (mala) (bad) malos (malas)||peor (worse) peores||el/la peor (the worst) los/las peores|
What is the absolute superlative of Trabajador?
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|Absolute superlative of largo||Larguísimo|
|Absolute superlative of joven||Jovenísimo|
|Absolute superlative of feliz||Felicísimo|
|Absolute superlative of trabajador||Trabajadorcísimo|