Superlatives are used to compare a person or thing with every other person or thing in the same group.
For 1 syllable adjectives: the + adjective –est
He is the tallest member of his family.
For 2 or more syllable adjectives: the + most + adjective (to show the opposite use least instead of most before the adjective)
This ring is the most expensive ring in the store.
For adjectives ending in y: drop the y and use the + adjective –iest
She is the funniest person here.
There are exceptions – good (best), bad (worst), far (furthest/farthest), etc.
- What’s the largest structure you’ve ever seen?
- What’s the most delicious meal you’ve ever eaten?
- What’s the most amazing hotel you’ve stayed at?
- Who is your best friend? Why are they your best friend?
- What’s the worst recent movie?
- What’s the most exciting thing you’ve ever done?
- What’s the most popular tourist attraction in your country?
- What’s the saddest book you’ve ever read?
- What’s the most inspirational book you’ve ever read?
- Where is the best place to go to think?
- When was the most exciting period of your life?
- Who is the happiest person you know?
- What’s the most addictive game you’ve ever played?
- Where is the worst place in your country to live? How about the best place to live?
- What’s the greatest TV series you’ve watched?
- What’s the weirdest movie you have ever seen?
- What’s the strangest restaurant or bar you’ve been to?