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How do you form comparatives and superlatives?

Comparatives are a form of adjective used, as the name indicates, to comparing one thing to another. They are formed by adding -er on the end of the adjective. For example freundlich (friendly) becomes freundlicher (friendlier).

Superlatives are a form of adjective used when highlighting an aspect of something. They are formed by adding -ste on to the end of the adjective. For example, schön (pretty) becomes schönste (the prettiest).

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