CoursesWordsComparative and Superlative Comparative 5 Lecture1.1 Formation of the comparative 30 min Lecture1.2 Declension of the comparative 15 min Lecture1.3 Use of the comparative 15 min Lecture1.4 Comparing two items of equal quality 15 min Lecture1.5 Comparative and superlative exercises 10 min Superlative 3 Lecture2.1 Formation of the superlative 30 min Lecture2.2 Use of the superlative 15 min Lecture2.3 Declension of the superlative 15 min Non-adjectives that have a comparative and superlative form 1 Lecture3.1 Examples of non-adjectives with comparative and superlative form 30 min Declension of the comparative The comparative is an adjective. Like all other adjectives, it declines if used attributively – i.e. before a noun – except when the noun it precedes is an indefinite neuter noun: Alan heeft twee jongere zusjes. Alan has two younger sisters. Hanna heeft één jongere broer. Hanna has one younger brother. Kenny heeft één jonger zusje. Kenny has one younger sister. Wie is het jongere zusje? Who is the younger sister? Related Prev Formation of the comparative Next Use of the comparative Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.