2INTRODUCTIONAdjectives in Spanish can be used in various forms. But most commonly comparative and superlative.Los pantlones mas cara = the trousers are the most expensiveMi camiseta es mas fea que las botas = my T shirt is uglier than the bootsThese are both examples of either comparative or superlative form.
3COMPARATIVE FORM Adjectives can be used in a comparative form . To form the the comparative you must place either mas (meaning more) or menos (meaning less) before the adjective and que (meaning than) after the adjective which completes the phrase.For example: my T shirt is cooler than my shirt would become – mi camiseta es mas guay que mi camisa, or my shirt is less cool than my T shirt would become – mi camisa es menos guay que mi camisetaMas + adjective + que = equation for more … thanMenos + adjective+ que = equation for less … than
5SUPERLATIVE FORM Adjectives can also be used in the superlative form. To form the superlative you must place el/la (depending on the adjective) before the adjective and mas (meaning most) or menos ( meaning least) after the adjective which creates the phrase.For example the shirt is the most expensive would become – la camisa mas cara, or the hat is the least expensive would become – el sombrero menos caroEl/la + adjective + mas = equation for the mostEl/la + adjective + menos = equation for the least