How do you form a superlative adjective in Spanish?

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.

How do you do comparative and superlative in Spanish?

There is only one way to form comparatives in Spanish. Using endings like -ísimo is another way to express superlatives in Spanish. There are multiple ways to use mayor and menor in Spanish. Spanish superlatives are always preceded by the article el.

What is an irregular superlative in Spanish?

Irregular Superlatives

Adjective Superlative Form English
joven menor youngest
pequeño menor smallest
bueno mejor best
mal peor worst

What are superlatives in English?

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.

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