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Superlative Adjectives



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One-syllable adjectives.



Form the comparative and superlative forms of a one-syllable adjective by adding –er for the comparative form and –est for the superlative.




























One-Syllable Adjective

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

tall

taller

tallest

old

older

oldest

long

longer

longest



  • Mary is taller than Max.


  • Mary is the tallest of all the students.


  • Max is older than John.


  • Of the three students, Max is the oldest.


  • My hair is longer than your hair.


  • Max's story is the longest story I've ever heard.



If the one-syllable adjective ends with an e, just add –r for the comparative form and –st for the superlative form.























One-Syllable Adjective with Final -e

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

large

larger

largest

wise

wiser

wisest



  • Mary's car is larger than Max's car.


  • Mary's house is the tallest of all the houses on the block.


  • Max is wiser than his brother.


  • Max is the wisest person I know.



If the one-syllable adjective ends with a single consonant with a vowel before it, double the consonant and add –er for the comparative form; and double the consonant and add –est for the superlative form.




























One-Syllable Adjective Ending with a Single Consonant with a Single Vowel before It

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

big

bigger

biggest

thin

thinner

thinnest

fat

fatter

fattest



  • My dog is bigger than your dog.


  • My dog is the biggest of all the dogs in the neighborhood.


  • Max is thinner than John.


  • Of all the students in the class, Max is the thinnest.


  • My mother is fatter than your mother.


  • Mary is the fattest person I've ever seen.



Two-syllable adjectives.



With most two-syllable adjectives, you form the comparative with more and the superlative with most.

































Two-Syllable Adjective

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

peaceful

more peaceful

most peaceful

pleasant

more pleasant

most pleasant

careful

more careful

most careful

thoughtful

more thoughtful

most thoughtful



  • This morning is more peaceful than yesterday morning.


  • Max's house in the mountains is the most peaceful in the world.


  • Max is more careful than Mike.


  • Of all the taxi drivers, Jack is the most careful.


  • Jill is more thoughtful than your sister.


  • Mary is the most thoughtful person I've ever met.



If the two-syllable adjectives ends with –y, change the y to i and add –er for the comparative form. For the superlative form change the y to i and add –est.




























Two-Syllable Adjective Ending with -y

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

happy

happier

happiest

angry

angrier

angriest

busy

busier

busiest



  • John is happier today than he was yesterday.


  • John is the happiest boy in the world.


  • Max is angrier than Mary.


  • Of all of John's victims, Max is the angriest.


  • Mary is busier than Max.


  • Mary is the busiest person I've ever met.



Two-syllable adjectives ending in –er, -le, or –ow take –er and –est to form the comparative and superlative forms.























Two-Syllable Adjective Ending with -er, -le, or -ow

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

narrow

narrower

narrowest

gentle

gentler

gentlest



  • The roads in this town are narrower than the roads in the city.


  • This road is the narrowest of all the roads in California.


  • Big dogs are gentler than small dogs.


  • Of all the dogs in the world, English Mastiffs are the gentlest.



Adjectives with three or more syllables.



For adjectives with three syllables or more, you form the comparative with more and the superlative with most.




























Adjective with Three or More Syllables

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

generous

more generous

most generous

important

more important

most important

intelligent

more intelligent

most intelligent



  • John is more generous than Jack.


  • John is the most generous of all the people I know.


  • Health is more important than money.


  • Of all the people I know, Max is the most important.


  • Women are more intelligent than men.


  • Mary is the most intelligent person I've ever met.



Exceptions.



Irregular adjectives.






































Irregular Adjective

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

good

better

best

bad

worse

worst

far

farther

farthest

little

less

least

many

more

most



  • Italian food is better than American food.


  • My dog is the best dog in the world.


  • My mother's ****ing is worse than your mother's ****ing.


  • Of all the students in the class, Max is the worst.



Two-syllable adjectives that follow two rules. These adjectives can be used with -er and -est and with more and most.































































Two-Syllable Adjective

Comparative Form

Superlative Form

clever

cleverer

cleverest

clever

more clever

most clever

gentle

gentler

gentlest

gentle

more gentle

most gentle

friendly

friendlier

friendliest

friendly

more friendly

most friendly

quiet

quieter

quietest

quiet

more quiet

most quiet

simple

simpler

simplest

simple

more simple

most simple



  • Big dogs are gentler than small dogs.


  • Of all the dogs in the world, English Mastiffs are the gentlest.


  • Big dogs are more gentle than small dogs.


  • Of all the dogs in the world, English Mastiffs are the most gentle






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