the most nervous
Many times you can add -er or -est to the ending of a word to change it to a superlative form. However, for the word nervous, the superlatives are "more nervous" and "most nervous."
more nervous, most nervous
most superlative is the superlative form of superlative
good - superlative = the best... worse - superlative - the worst.... great - superlative = the greatest.... high - superlative - the highest....
Sleep is a noun and does not have a superlative. Sleepy is an adjective and the superlative is "sleepiest."
The superlative for willing would be "most willing." There is no one-word superlative.
First is a superlative.
Tallest is the superlative.
Fame is a noun and, as such, does not have a superlative. Famous is the adjective. Its superlative is most famous.
The comparative of sad is sadder, and the superlative is saddest. comparative - sadder superlative - saddest
Worst is the superlative of bad.
"Worst" is the superlative of bad.
The superlative of chunky is chunkiest
The superlative is trendiest.
"Most" is the superlative of many.
Fattest is the superlative of fatter.
Funniest is the superlative of funny.
The superlative of clear is clearest.
Deepest is the superlative of deep.
Either does not have a superlative.
THE SUPERLATIVE OF LAZY IS LAZIEST
what is the superlative of colorfull
Noisiest is the superlative of noisy.
the superlative of friendly is friendliest
the superlative of smart is smartest
The superlative of slim is slimmest.
The superlative of wonderful is greatest.
Foggiest is the superlative of foggy.
A superlative is a word with a suffix that implies that it is of the greatest magnitude or quality relative to its form without the suffix. An example of a sentence with the word "superlative" is "The superlative of 'tall' is 'tallest. '"
There is no superlative for sweater because it is a noun. An adjective has a superlative form, by adding an 'est' to the end of the word.
Superlative and comparative of dirty
Most is the superlative of much.
the typical superlative of many is most
the superlative 7
What is the comparative and superlative of Often
Nouns don't have superlative degrees.
"Bib" is a noun and, as such, does not have a superlative form.
The superlative of willingly is most willingly.
No, the superlative form is "gentlest."
What is the comparative and superlative of 'some'
Longest is the superlative.
The superlative of interesting is "most ineteresting."
Superlative the silly
comparative and superlative of legibly
Most fertile is the superlative for fertile.
i study the superlative form ontem
The superlative is "most experienced."
Get is a verb and does not have comparative or superlative degrees.
Superlative is modifier. Modifier of Adjective.