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Superlatives

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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Superlative - 最高级   https://translate.google.com/#en/zh-CN/superlative

Comparative - 比较   https://translate.google.com/#en/zh-CN/comparative

Adjective -  形容词   https://translate.google.com/#en/zh-CN/adjective

Here are examples of comparative and superlative adjectives.

The adjective is listed first, followed by the comparative adjective and then the superlative adjective:

  • Angry - angrier - angriest     生气 - 更生气 - 最生气
  • Big - bigger - biggest
  • Bright - brighter - brightest
  • Calm - calmer - calmest
  • Cold - colder - coldest
  • Dark - darker - darkest
  • Dirty - dirtier - dirtiest
  • Dry - drier - driest
  • Early - earlier - earliest
  • Easy - easier - easiest
  • Fine - finer - finest
  • Fresh - fresher - freshest
  • Hard - harder - hardest
  • Heavy - heavier - heaviest
  • Late - later - latest
  • Light - lighter - lightest
  • Long - longer - longest
  • New - newer - newest
  • Old - older - oldest
  • Quick - quicker - quickest
  • Rich - richer - richest
  • Sad - sadder - saddest
  • Small - smaller - smallest
  • Smart - smarter - smartest
  • Soft - softer - softest
  • Sweet - sweeter - sweetest
  • Thin - thinner - thinnest

 

Adjectives with Irregular 不规则  Forms

Some adjectives have irregular forms when made into comparative or superlative adjectives. They do not add an “er” or “est” and they don’t add the words more or most. In fact, in some cases, a whole new word is used.

Here are some examples with the adjective first, then the comparative adjective and then the superlative adjective:

  • Bad - worse - worst    坏 - 更坏 - 最坏
  • Good - better - best
  • Far - farther - farthest
  • Many - more - most