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Unformatted text preview: The superlative of the other -lis adjectives is formed regularly. (The positive adverbs formed from these adjectives are generally formed regularly, but the adverb for facilis is facile, not faciliter. In the superlative, the corresponding adverbs end in -e :facillime.) Positive Comparative Superlative facilis, facile - easy facilior, facilius - easier facillimus,-a,-um - easiest difficilis, difficile - difficult difficilior, difficilius -- more difficult difficillimus,-a,-um -- most difficult similis, simile - like similior, similius -- more like simillimus,-a,-um -- most like dissimilis, dissimile - unlike dissimilior, dissimilius -- more unlike dissimillimus,-a,-um -- most unlike humilis, humile --humble humilior, humilius -- more humble humillimus,-a,-um --most humble...
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course LAT 1121 taught by Professor Lisabunge during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '09