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Short adjectives:
adjective + est
Examples: fast - the fastest,   strong -  ,  high -
 
 
Short adjectives ending in vowel + consonant:
adjective + double consonant + est
Examples: big - the biggest,   hot -    fat -
 
Adjectives ending in -y:
(y --> i) + est
Examples: funny - the funniest,   happy -   sunny -
 
Long adjectives:
the most + adjective
Examples: beautiful - the most beautiful,   expensive -   
interesting -
 
Irregular adjectives:
good --> the best
bad --> the worst
 
 
 
Complete the sentences using the superlative form of the adjective in brackets:
 
 Peter  the  teacher in the school. (GOOD)
 
 I  the  boy in the class. (TALL)
 
 You  the  girl in the class. (FUNNY)
 
 This  the  beach in the island. (COLD)
 
 This  the  island in the world. (BEAUTIFUL)
 
 These  the  trousers in the shop. (EXPENSIVE)
 
 My bag  the  bag in the class. (HEAVY)
 
 My cat  the  cat in the town. (FAT)
 
 This  the  car in the garage. (BAD)
 
 

 

       


 

 

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