In English, we use adverb comparisons and superlatives to compare two actions, and it works in the same way as comparisons in adjectives. Comparative adverbs also use suffix and words more and more. The adverbs of superlatives also have endings -is or the most and least before words. Common examples of adjectives like these are: complete, equal, favorite and perfect. Adjectives. Comparative adjectives work according to the following model. Note that the adjective is consistent with the main substrate: Sometimes possessive pronouns are used in place of a superlative, for example.B. like adjectives, here are some adverbs of irregular comparisons and superlative adverbs. Adverbs that are not related to appropriate adjectives may also be irregular, but you probably won`t encounter them. While adjectives are tasked with describing the name, adverbs describe the verb on the other side. Comparing people, objects or actions is not only useful in conversations, it could also be fun! How are you going to say that without the help of comparisons and superlatives? Ordinal numbers are often used with superlatives to indicate that something has more of a certain quality than most others of its kind, z.B. The superlative expresses the highest level of a quality.
We build the superlative with the adjective or the least adjective. The end of the adjective corresponds to the name it describes. As the second two examples show, superlatives are often used alone when it is clear what is being compared or who. If you want to be specific to what you compare, you can do it with a name, or with a sentence that starts with or since, z.B. French superlatives with adverbs are very similar to those with adjectives. Once again, there are three parts: some articles the, the word superlative (or more or less), and adverb. For example:Adverbe: cautiously (carefully) the more cautiously (the most meticulous) the least carefully (the least carefully) Note: The above mention applies to all adverbs except well, which has a particular superlative shape for superiority. But there are some differences: Pierre is not just smarter than the other children in his class, he is the smartest in school (the smartest in school). To say that someone (or something) is that of so many people, the superlative always contains the particular article.