Exercício: correção de frases no Superlativo

Hi Guys,

Eu fiz alguns exercícios sobre Superlatives. O primeiro exercício é para colocar em ordem as palavras formando assim frases.Eu gostaria de saber se estão corretas estas frases.
1- Who is the generous person you have ever met?
2- What's the best restaurant you have ever been to ?
3- What's the cheapest hotel you have ever stayed in?
4- What's the coldest place you have ever visited?
5- What is the longest journey you have ever made?
6- What is the most delicious you have ever eaten?
7- Where is the most dangerous place you have ever been to?
8- What is the most exciting book you ever read?
9- Where is the furthest you have ever been to on holiday?
10- What's the most difficult language you have ever learnt?
O segundo exercício é para responder as perguntas e eu quero saber se as frases estão corretas .
1- The generous person I've ever my aunt.
2- The best restaurant I've ever been to Brasileiro Regional.
3- The cheapest hotel I've ever stayed in Palácio.
4- The coldest place I've ever visited Curitiba.
5- The longest journey I've ever made Rio de Janeiro.
6- The most delicious I've ever eaten Japoneses food.
7- The most dangerous place I've ever been to São Paulo.
8- The most exciting book I've ever read O Código Da Vinci.
The furthest I have ever been to Curitiba on holiday.

Thanks in advance.

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3 respostas
Cinnamon 15 61 498
Hi there Juvelin!

Minhas sugestões

1- Who is the most generous person you have ever met? ?
2- What's the best restaurant you have ever been to ? Correct
3- What's the cheapest hotel you have ever stayed in? Correct
4- What's the coldest place you have ever visited? Correct
5- What is the longest journey you have ever made? Correct
6- What is the most delicious you have ever eaten? Correct
7- Where is the most dangerous place you have ever been to? Correct
8- What is the most exciting book you ever read? Correct
9- Where is the furthest farthest you have ever been to on holiday? **
(I am not sure what you're saying, pode ser farther or further mas acho que é o primeiro)
10- What's the most difficult language you have ever learnt? Correct

O segundo exercício é para responder as perguntas e eu quero saber se as frases estão corretas .
1- The most generous person I've ever is my aunt.
2- The best restaurant I've ever been to is Brasileiro Regional.
3- The cheapest hotel I've ever stayed in is Palácio.
4- The coldest place I've ever visited is Curitiba.
5- The longest journey I've ever made is to Rio de Janeiro.
6- The most delicious I've ever eaten is Japoneses food.
7- The most dangerous place I've ever been to is São Paulo.
8- The most exciting book I've ever read is Código Da Vinci.
9. The furthest farthest I have ever been to on holiday is Curitiba on holiday.*
(I am not sure what you're saying, pode ser farther or further mas acho que é o primeiro)
10- The most difficult language I have ever learnt is.... :roll:

Espero ter ajudado,

See you around.

:mrgreen:
Hi Cinnamon,

O titulo do exercício é assim: Write the questions with the superlative form of the adjective.
E tem um modelo para seguir.
A frase de número 10 esta escrito assim no exercício: Where/far/you/be on holiday.
E ai eu montei a frase como eu achei que estaria certo.
Cinnamon 15 61 498
Oi Juvelin, sempre usei farthest como superlativo, mas pode ser que a forma que vc escreveu seja possível, conheço further mas com outro significado.
Quanto às correções faltou a palavra indicativa de superlativo "most" em uma das sentenças e nas respostas faltou haver uma indicação com to be por exemplo:
The longest avenue in São Paulo is....
The most beautiful place I know is Venice.
The largest countries in the world are...
Sushi is a Japanese dish I have already eaten. ;)
No demais acredito que as frases estejam boas, mas aguarde maiores comentários, right!?
Cheers!

:mrgreen: