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Now we will continue to talk
about More Superlative Sentences. I will still use the dialogue from
More Comparative Sentences' video lesson. Let's look at the superlative-related
sentences from the dialogue. You probably notice that
I used the sentence He is one of the most talkative
guys in the entire family. The meaning of this sentence
is different from saying he is the most talkative guy
in the entire family. In the first sentence I am suggesting
that there are very talkative guys in my family, and he is one of them. The sentence pattern is subject,
(Be verb) one of the (superlative adjective) (plural noun). It is important to make this noun plural because my brother is not
the only talkative one. There are other talkative
people in my family, too. Let's look at a couple more examples
that aren't related to my conversation. There are many famous cities in the world:
Paris, London, Hong Kong, Dubai, etc. New York City is one of them, too. So we can say New York City is one of
the most famous cities in the world. Most famous is a superlative of famous,
and city becomes the plural cities. Another example, Helen is one of
the smartest people that I know. I know a lot of smart people,
and Helen is one of them. Smartest is a superlative for smart. And person becomes people for plural. I hope these examples help you
understand the sentence pattern. We have one last superlative sentence. This one is a little confusing,
so pay attention carefully. In the conversation, my friend said I
have never seen a more handsome guy. In this sentence,
you see more handsome, and you think it's a comparative adjective. Handsome to more handsome. But then you see never, and
this is actually a change in the meaning. The meaning of this sentence
becomes a superlative. It is the same as saying he
is the most handsome guy. This sentence is more frequently
used in conversations. The sentence pattern is Subject,
present perfect, never, comparative adjective, noun. Let me give you some more examples. She is taking a test and
it's extremely hard. It's possible to say she has
never taken a harder test. This means that in her opinion,
this is the hardest test. Notice the comparative harder and
the present perfect plus never. Has never taken. Another example, is a group of people
are eating very spicy noodles. It's probably the spiciest
noodles that they've ever eaten because they have to drink a lot of water. I can say,
they have never eaten spicier noodles. Spicy becomes spicier, also I used present
perfect plus never, have never eaten.

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