Slow Spanish Dialogues - Superlatives  

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Dialogue 1

Absolute Superlative is a degree of the adjective where we add the suffixes -ísimo/a, -bilísimo/a, -érrimo/a to indicate a greater quality degree.

Claudia y Romeo comiendo en un restaurante en Lima, Perú…

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Romeo: ¡Tengo muchísima hambre!
I am extremely hungry!

Claudia: Creo que soy yo la más hambrienta.
I believe that I am the most hungry!

Romeo: Con mi hambre comeré el plato más grande.
With my hunger I will eat the largest dish (of food).

Claudia: Yo voy a pedir los camarones. Son deliciosísimos.
I am going to ask for the shrimp. They are extremely delicious.

Romeo: ¡También carísimos!
Also extremely expensive!

Claudia: ¿Vas a pedir el plato más barato?
Are you going to order the cheapest dish?

Romeo: Bueno, yo prefiero decir “el menos caro”.
Well, I prefer to say "the least expensive".

Claudia: El pollo es riquísimo y más barato.
The chicken is extremely flavorful and less expensive.

Romeo: Pero menos delicioso que el camarón.
But less delicious than the shrimp.

Claudia: ¡Es buenísimo! Vamos, tienes que decidir.
It is extremely good! Let's go, you have to decide.

Romeo: Voy a pedir el camarón deliciosísimo y carísimo.
I am going to order the extremely delicious and extremely expensive shrimp.


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