We use –est, -st or –iest to form the superlative of one-syllable adjectives. oldolderthe oldest largelargerthe largest happyhappierthe happiest wetwetterthe wettest latelaterthe latest
We use most to form the superlative of adjectives that have two or more syllables comfortablethe most comfortable interestingthe most interesting importantthe most important beautifulthe most beautiful famousthe most famous
A few adjectives have irregular superlative forms. Goodbetterthe best Badworsethe worst Littlelessthe least Manymorethe most Farfartherthe farthest (furtherthe furthest)
We use the superlative form of the adjective to compare three or more people, things, etc.
the + superlative we use the before the superlative
Complete the sentences using the comparative form of the verbs. A plane is……(fast) than a car. A bike is ……(cheap) than a motorbike. A city is ……(big) than a village. Winter is …….(cold) than Spring. A motorbike …..(expensive) than a bike. Tv is ……(good) than radio.
Complete the sentences using the superlative form of the verbs. A plane is……(fast) A bike is ……(cheap) A city is ……(big) place Winter is …….(cold) season A motorbike …..(expensive) TV is ……(good) to watch
Choose the correct word or phrase underlined in each sentence. Our journey took longer than/the longest we expected. The fish was so tasty as/as tasty as the meat. This is the taller/tallest building in the world. Reading is more interesting/the most interesting than walking