Irregular comparisons and superlatives are used as follows

Irregular comparisons and superlatives are used as follows...

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Irregular comparisons and superlatives are used as follows: Tu es ma meilleure amie . (You are my best friend.)  Mon problème est encore pire . (My problem is even worse.)  Expressions using  bon  require special attention:  La table verte est bon marchè . (The green table is cheap.)  La table blanche est meilleur marchè . (The white table is cheaper.)  Using adverbs Adverbs modify verbs so they require no agreement:  le  is always the article:  Il apprend le plus vite  de tout le monde . (He learns the most quickly of everyone.)  Adverbs with irregular comparatives and superlatives are shown in Table 2  :  TABLE 2 Irregular Comparatives and Superlatives-Adverbs Positive Comparative Superlative bien (well) mieux (better) le mieux ([the] best) mal
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Unformatted text preview: (badly) plus mal (worse) le plus mal ([the] worst) mal (badly) pis (worse) le pis ([the] worst) beaucoup (much) plus (more) le plus ([the] most) peu (little) moins (less) le moins ([the] least) The expressions plus mal and le plus mal are generally preferred to pis and le pis . Tu parles franais mieux que moi . (You speak French better than I.) Elle se sent plus mal . (She feels worse.) Je fais le plus de tous les lves . (I do the most of all the students.) Using nouns Plus and moins are adverbs and are, therefore, always preceded by le , despite the number and gender of the noun being compared: Elle chante le plus de toutes les filles . (She sings the most of all the girls.)...
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