Can i say "the most nice, pretty, lovable and nifty"

Garou

Member
Neverland
or i should say smth like:
"the nicest, prettiest, most lovable and niftiest". Did u catch the gist? :) What version is more accurate?
 
  • Isotta

    Senior Member
    English, Hodgepodge
    Though a bit extreme, if you're talking about correctness, it's the second you proposed.

    Z.
     

    judkinsc

    Senior Member
    English, USA
    Nothing extreme to me, it's simply the correct way to use the superlative with those adjectives if you say "The nicest, prettiest, most lovable, and niftiest (i.e. person) that I know."

    ~Chad
     
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