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2014-11-25T17:21:31+08:00
The Superlative of the Verb is base on the syllables and compatibility of the pronunciation of the verb.
Examples:
   Intelligent - has 3 syllables, that's why "Most Intelligent" is its Superlative. (You put "most" before the verb to make it in Superlative Degree.)
   Happy - has 2 syllables, that's why "Happiest" is its Superlative. (You change "y" to "i" and add -est after the verb to make it in Superlative Degree.)
MORE EXAMPLES:
   Easy-Easiest                     Nice-Nicest     Truthful-Most Truthful
   Generous-Most Generous   Near-Nearest   Helpful-Most Helpful
   Healthy-Healthiest              Wise-Wisest
Note:
   Try to pronounce the possible Superlative word for the given word. If it's good to hear, it's correct. If not, it's wrong.
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2014-11-26T15:49:22+08:00
The superlative is the form of an adverb or adjective that expresses a degree of the adverb or adjective being used that is greater than any other possible degree of the given descriptor.
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