In this grammar section, we'll be discussing an adjective by itself, the comparative, and the superlative form of an adjectkiver
más alto- taller (comparative)
lo más alto- tallest (superlative)
Juan es alto- John is tall
Juan es más alto que Pedro- John is taller than Peter
Juan es el más alto que todos los niños- John is the tallest
So these are the 3 forms that an adjective can be in.
The first form is just the adjective, plainly, by itself.
The second form is showing that one is greater (or less) than something else, which is why it's called the comparative.
The third form is showing that one is the greatest than all others, which is why it's called the superlative.
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