Practise using the 6 rules for using superlative adjectives

Practise using the 6 rules for using superlative adjectives6 rules for using superlative adjectives. Let’s practice your skills with superlative adjectives. Complete the sentence using the correct form of the adjective.

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2 thoughts on “Practise using the 6 rules for using superlative adjectives”

  1. Hello Sir/Mam,
    Kindly imake it clear that which Answer is not correct . Becoz, after doing correction , It shows wrong Answer. I am sending copy paste of this task. So, that i can understand that if thisese are not correct answers than what will be correct answer. Thank you

    – Mount Everest is THE TALLEST (TALL) mountain on earth.

    – Sanskrit is THE OLDEST (OLD) language in the world.

    – Debbie is THE MOST BEAUTIFUL (BEAUTIFUL) girl I have ever seen.

    – His house cost millions! It’s THE MOST EXPENSIVE (THE MOST EXPENSIVE) (EXPENSIVE) property in this area.

    • Hi Rohini,

      I’m not sure I follow – the answers you are seeing ARE correct:

      – Mount Everest is THE TALLEST mountain on earth.
      – Sanskrit is THE OLDEST language in the world.
      – Debbie is THE MOST BEAUTIFUL girl I have ever seen.
      – His house cost millions! It’s THE MOST EXPENSIVE property in this area.

      The additional words in brackets are the words you needed to use to complete the sentences.

      Can you explain in more detail what you think is wrong here?

      All the best,

      Patrick

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