Mi hijo mayor...

ColinA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Mi hijo mayor...

Hola,

The first sentence above uses 'mayor' to mean eldest.  How would you say 'elder'?

How can you be sure which is meant between the two?

How do you for the superlatives and the opposites (the least) of the comparatives?

Muchas gracias.

Saludos,

Colin

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Colin

Here's how you use these as superlatives

I hope it helps.

Saludos cordiales

Inma

ColinA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Thank you very much, Inma.

I have seen 'el' being used in this way but I wanted to get a definitive answer, which you have provided.

Saludos,

Colin

Mi hijo mayor...

Hola,

The first sentence above uses 'mayor' to mean eldest.  How would you say 'elder'?

How can you be sure which is meant between the two?

How do you for the superlatives and the opposites (the least) of the comparatives?

Muchas gracias.

Saludos,

Colin

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