você já viu ou sabe quais são os comparativos e superlativos destes adjetivos? Veja as frases abaixo:
just (justo) To me my father is the ______ person I know. bitter - This drink is ______ that one. real - Last night I had the ______ dream I've ever had in all my life. late (atrasado) - She is arrriving ____ (cada vez mais atrasada) later and later or more and more late. wrong - Your grade is worse because your answers are _____ than his. right - Your exercises are not _____ than mine.
Minhas respostas saem da minha experiência falando inglês por muitos anos. Confiavelmente podemos dizer que expressões tais como "You are righter / wronger" não fazem sentido lógico, e portanto não são empregadas exceto para ênfase, por ex., em:
You couldn`t be more right / more wrong. (estar mais certo / mais errado) This solution is more than just. (mais do que justa, correta)
Ao meu ver, temos aqui certos adjetivos que já significam algo "perfeito" e que geralmente não permitem um comparativo ou superlativo.
To me my father is the fairest person I know. (more natural) To me my father is the most just person I know. (also correct) This drink is more bitter than that one. (doesn't sound so good) This drink isn't as sweet as that one. (sounds much better) Last night I had the most realistic dream I've ever had in all my life. She is arrriving later and later each time. Your grade is worse because your answers are not as correct as his. Your exercises are just as correct as mine.
Whoever gave these sentences as exercises did not consider one very, very important aspect of giving examples of the English language... they must be realistic and useful. This type of exercise I give to very advanced students to test their translation techniques to make sure they are not translating 'word for word'.