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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44392: Superlative + and adjective
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    Superlative + and adjective


     Short adjectives:

    They have one syllable, or two syllables and they end with-y.

    small ...the smallest

    big.....the biggest

    happy...the happiest

     

     Long adjectives:

    Most of them have two syllables (except when they end with -y)

    or three syllables, even more.

    pleasant - modern

    intelligent ...the most intelligent

    beautiful...the most beautiful

     

     Irregular superlatives:

    good...the best

    bad...the worst

    far...the farthest / the furthest

     

     Some adjectives can be used with -est or -the most

    clever : the cleverest/ the most clever

    quiet : the quietest/ the most quiet

     

     Some adjectives can be used only with -the most

    jealous/ the most jealous

    bored/ the most bored

    boring/ the most boring

     

    Exercise: Complete the sentences with the right superlative.

                                        

     





    English exercise "Superlative + and adjective" created by lucile83 with The test builder
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    1. Peter is (intelligent) pupil of the school.
    2. The Grand Canyon is (long) canyon in the world.
    3. But (deep) is Hell's Canyon.
    4. John Wayne was (famous) cowboy in Hollywood.
    5. Marie is (tall) girl in the town.
    6. I am (good) pupil in the class.
    7. He is (bad) pupil in the school.
    8. He is (fast) boy in the world.
    9. This dog is (nice) in the country.
    10. You are (funny) boy in the world.








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