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Forming the comparative and superlative of adjectives in Swedish is very similar to English. Most adjectives add -are to the adjective for the comparative and -ast(e) for the superlative. Some adjectives add nothing to the adjective, but use mer or mest (more or most) before the adjective.
Irregular Comparative and Superlative Forms
|good - better - best||god / bra||bättre||bäst|
|good - better - best (food)||god||godare||godast|
|bad - worse - worst||dålig||värre||värst|
|bad - less good - least good||dålig||sämre||sämst|
|few - fewer||få||färre|
|small - smaller - smallest||liten||mindre||minst|
|many - more - most||många||fler||flest|
|much - more - most||mycket||mer||mest|
|old - older - oldest||gammal||äldre||äldst|
Godare and godast usually only refer to food. Fler / flest are used with count nouns, while mer / mest are used with non-count nouns.
Comparing two or more adjectives: To express egality (as... as), use så...som. To express superiority (-er or more... than), use -are or mer and än (than.) To express the superlative (-est or the most), use -ast or mest.
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