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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124732: Prepositions following superlatives
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: | Comparisons | Prepositions [Change theme]
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    Prepositions following superlatives

    In the following lessons and exercises: test and test, we have worked on prepositions. In today's lesson, we'll study the use of prepositions after superlatives. 


    1) SUPERLATIVE + preposition: in most cases : 

    ➡️  OF  is used: 

    -  the best moment of the film.

    -  the biggest mistake of my life.

    -  the best film of the year.

    the best painter of the century.



    2) SUPERLATIVE + IN : 

    ➡️ in front of a noun in the singular, representing a place: 

    - The best beer in the world

     in front of a noun in the singular, representing a group of people:

    - the most learned one in the family


     "... the richest person on earth!" but "the richest man in the world!" 



    There you are! That was quick... and easy, wasn't it? Now, I'm sure you'll pass the test with Flying Colours! Go for it! 


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    1. 'I’m proud of knowing that my son is playing in the best team !'

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    3. 'Blue whales are the biggest mammals .'

    4. 'He has won several prizes and will sure be recognised as the best writer .'

    5. 'For once, I’d like you to be sensible and show the best part !'

    6. 'Anna is undoubtedly the most beautiful young lady . I'm sure she'll win the beauty contest.'

    7. 'Do you know the name of the highest mountain ? I can't remember it...'

    8. 'Look at him! He certainly is 'the happiest man' .''

    9. 'He definitely is the best boxer . I'm sure he'll win the championship.'

    10. 'You shouldn’t buy anything in this shop. It’s the most expensive place .'



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