In this grammar section, we'll be discussing an adverb by itself, the comparative, and the superlative form of an adverb.
más rápidamente- more quickly (comparative)
lo más rápidamente- most quickly (superlative)
El tren vino rápidamente- The train came quickly
El taxi vino más rápidamente que el autobús- The taxi came more quickly than the bus (comparative)
El tren vino lo más rápidamente que todos otros vehículos- The train came the most quickly (or the quickest) than all other vehicles (superlative)
So these are the 3 forms that an adverb can be in.
The first form is just the adverb, plainly, by itself.
The second form is showing that one is greater 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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