Superlatives: the biggest, the fastest etc…

Comparatives and superlatives are formed from the base adjective: big (grand) –> bigger (plus grand) –> the biggest Note that many small adjectives, (big, fat, thin, slim) double the final consonant in order to keep the same pronunciation of the first vowel. Longer adjectives are different: Intelligent –> more intelligent –> the most intelligent Votre […]

Comparatives and superlatives

An American teacher explains adjectives and their comparative and superlative forms. Even if your English is good and you already understand the grammar, it’s a good listening exercise. Paul has a very clear and understandable way of speaking.