a) TEK HECELİ SIFATLAR
Tall - The tallest
Cheap - The cheapest
big - The biggest
The + adjective + - est
b) "- y" iLE BİTEN SIFATLAR
Pretty - The Prettiest
Funny - The Funniest
The + adj + iest
c) İKİ VE DAHA FAZLA HECELİ SIFATLAR
Important - The most important
Intelligent - The most intelligent
Famous - The most famous
The most + adjective
d) DÜZENSİZ / KURALSIZ SIFATLAR
Good -The best
Bad - The worst
Far - The farthest / the furthest
Görüldüğü gibi bu üç sıfatın Superletive halleri düzensizdir
“ The Least + adjective “ Superlative sentences
a) This is the least interesting book I have ever read.
b) I think Amanda is the least attractive girl in the entire world! The Least ,the most’un tam tersi anlama gelir. “ en azı” anlamındadır.
The Least tek heceli sıfatlar ile kullanılmaz, iki ya da daha fazla heceli sıfatlar için kullanılabilir.
“ one of + superlative adj + Plural Noun”
a) Martin is one of my best friends.
b) The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the longest bridges in the world.
c) 19 March was one of the longest days in my life.
d) You are one of the most important people in my life.
One of bir gurup içerisindeki bir ismin diğerlerinden olan farkılığı anlatmak için kullanılır
One of + çoğul isim
BOOK : New Bridge To Success New Beginners
UNIT : 13
GRADE : Y-9
TOPICS : Comparatives & Superlatives Of Adjectives
FULL NAME : key
ADJECTIVES: COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES
In order to compare two people, things or places we use the comparative form of an adjective.
Mustapha’s car is faster than Melih’s car.
Leyla is more beautiful than Belgin.
Turkey is bigger than Belgium.
Superlative form of adjectives is used when one person or thing is compared with more than one person or thing in the same group. It is a must to use “the” before a superlative form.
Hülya avşar is the most beautiful woman in Turkey.
Merve is the tallest student in the class.
An Elephant is the biggest animal in the zoo.
HOW TO FORM COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE FORMS
1. We add “-er” to build up its comparative degree and “-est” to build up its superlative degree if the adjective has only one syllable.
adjective comparative superlative
the most narrow
the most shallow
the most clever
the most slender
the most lovely