Superlative Adjectives German Exercises

german superlative adjectives exercises

Today, we’re going to be focusing on an incredibly important part of the German language: superlative adjectives.

Just like in English, superlatives in German are used to express the highest degree of something. Whether you’re talking about the tallest building or the fastest runner, understanding how to use and form superlative adjectives can greatly enhance your ability to express yourself in German.

We’re going to be looking at how to form these superlatives and will be practicing putting sentences in order and translating them from English to German. Pay close attention, as superlatives often follow certain patterns, and practicing these will be key to mastering them.


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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – German Superlative Adjectives


a) am / mein / interessantesten / Buch / ist

Mein Buch ist am interessantesten.


b) am / die / längsten / Schlange / ist


c) hat / am / mein / leckersten / Vater / gekocht


d) am / die / meisten / Peter / hat / Bücher


e) die / ist / kleinste / Sie


f) bin / ich / kürzesten / der


g) die / ist / schwerste / Aufgabe / das


h) am / ist / das / neuesten / Handy


i) das / am / Essen / ist / gesündesten


j) am / Hund / ist / schnellsten / der


k) die / Brücke / ist / älteste / das


l) die / sind / buntesten / Farben / das


m) ist / beste / meine / das / Freundin


2) Can you Translate these Sentences?


a) This is the oldest tree in the forest.

Dies ist der älteste Baum im Wald.


b) She is the smartest person I know.


c) This pizza is the tastiest.


d) This is the coldest winter we've had.


e) That's the biggest fish I've ever seen.


f) This movie is the most interesting.


g) He ran the fastest.


h) I'm the youngest in my family.


i) These are the most colorful flowers in the garden.


j) This is my best friend.


k) He is the tallest man in the room.


l) This is the most beautiful painting I have ever seen.


m) They are the happiest couple in the world.


3) Practice your Vocabulary of German Superlative Adjectives


a) Most interesting – Smartest – Biggest

Am interessantesten – Klügste – Größte


b) Oldest - Fastest - Youngest


c) Smallest - Coldest - Warmest


d) Tallest - Shortest - Largest


e) Happiest - Saddest - Prettiest


f) Strongest - Weakest - Brightest


g) Most colorful - Best - Oldest


h) Quietest - Loudest - Highest


i) Richest - Poorest - Most difficult


j) Most expensive - Least expensive - Most beautiful


k) Most popular - Least popular - Most important


l) Most modern - Most ancient - Most comfortable


m) Most delicious - Most nutritious - Most adventurous


4) Practice Your Writing by Translating this Small Text Taking the German Superlative Adjectives into Consideration


In the tallest building, on the highest floor, lives the richest man in the city. He has the most modern equipment and the most ancient artifacts. He throws the largest parties and invites the most popular people. He enjoys the most delicious meals prepared by the best chefs.


Well done on making it through today’s session on German superlative adjectives. By now, you should have a stronger understanding of how to use and form superlatives in German.

Remember, practice is essential to mastering any language, so try to use these superlatives in your everyday speech or writing where possible.

It’s important to remember that mistakes are part of the learning process, so don’t worry if you still find some of these tricky – keep trying and you will improve. See you in the next lesson where we will continue to expand your understanding and use of the German language. Happy learning!


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