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                【意大利語語法】意大利語最高形式

                發布時間:2017年04月01日 11:09:06 來源:意大利語培訓

                    首先要明白的是,意大利語也和別的外語同樣,進修時沒有捷徑可走,不管用甚么辦法學習意大利語,都要踏扎實實地吃透、控制每個語法和知識點。這里寫若學習意大利語,不是在教走捷徑的辦法,而是盼望能使初學者防止走彎路。今天成都德語口語學習班為大家總匯了意大利語最高形式。希望能夠幫助到大家。

                  What about the most delicious pasta? The ultimate gelato? The absolute superlative expresses the concepts of very, extremely, or most. In Italian, superlatives are formed by adding the suffix -issimo to an adjective or adverb after 0dropping the final vowel. There are four forms corresponding to gender and number)。

                  

                  FORMING SUPERLATIVES IN ITALIAN

                  

                  alto (tall)

                  

                  altissimo, altissima, altissimi, altissime

                  

                  buono (good)

                  

                  buonissimo, buonissima, buonissimi, buonissime

                  

                  veloce (quick)

                  

                  velocissimo, velocissima, velocissimi, velocissime

                  

                  There are several adjectives that have irregular comparative and superlative forms.

                  

                  IRREGULAR ITALIAN ADJECTIVES

                  

                  ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE ABSOLUTE SUPERLATIVE

                  

                  alto (high)

                  

                  superiore (higher)

                  

                  supremo/sommo (highest)

                  

                  basso (low)

                  

                  inferiore (lower)

                  

                  infimo (lowest)

                  

                  buono (good)

                  

                  migliore (better)

                  

                  ottimo (best)

                  

                  cattivo (bad)

                  

                  peggiore (worse)

                  

                  pessimo (worst)

                  

                  grande (big)

                  

                  maggiore (big)

                  

                  massimo (biggest)

                  

                  piccolo (small)

                  

                  minore (smaller)

                  

                  minimo (smallest)

                  

                  There are other ways to express the absolute superior that dont require the -issimo form of the adjective. For example, the terms molto (a lot of), tanto (much), estremamente (extremely), or assai (very) can be used before the unchanged adjective. It depends on how dramatic the speaker wants to be! Compare: molto piccolo (very small) and piccolissimo (smallest)


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