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What is the comparative of bonus, -a, -um?
melior, melius
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the superlative of bonus, -a, -um?
optimus, -a, -um
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the comparative of malus, -a, -um?
peior, peius
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the superlative of malus, -a, -um?
pessimus, -a, -um
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the comparative of magnus, -a, -um?
maior, maius
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the superlative of magnus, -a, -um?
maximus, -a, -um
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the comparative of parvus, -a, -um?
minor, minus
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the superlative of parvus, -a, -um?
minimus, -a, -um
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the comparative of multus, -a, -um?
plus
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the superlative of multus, -a, -um?
plurimus, -a, -um
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the comparative of multi, -ae, -a?
plures, plura
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What is the superlative of multi, -ae, -a?
plurimi, -ae, -a
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "bonus" mean?
good
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "melior" mean?
better
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "optimus" mean?
best
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "malus" mean?
bad
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "peior" mean?
worse
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "pessimus" mean?
worst
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "magnus" mean?
big
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "maior" mean?
bigger
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "maximus" mean?
biggest
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "parvus" mean?
small
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "minor" mean?
smaller
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "minimus" mean?
smallest
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "multus" mean?
much
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "plus" mean?
more
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "plurimus" mean?
most
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "multi" mean?
many
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "plures" mean?
more
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.
What does the word "plurimi" mean?
most
Positive:
Gaius est LAETUS. Gaius is HAPPY.

Comparative:
Messalla est laetIOR quam Gaius. Messalla is HAPPIER than Gaius.

Superlative:
Titus est laetISSIMUS omnium. Titus is HAPPIEST of all.