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Comparative and Superlative of adverbs

Adverbs most commonly express manner, or the way in which something is done. In English, adverbs usually end in -ly, and in Finnish, they usually end in -sti. Like adjectives, adverbs in Finnish can occur in the comparative. In English, the comparative of adverbs is formed by adding the comparative "more" before the adverb, as in "The red car goes more slowly." However, this isn't always the case as in, "John speaks Finnish well" and Mary speaks Finnish better than John. (Note: it's not 'more w…
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worse
huonommin
more beautifully
kauniimmin
slower
hitaammin
more tiredly
väsyneemmin
in a more friendly way
ystävällisemmin
more quickly
nopeammin
harder; more loudly
kovemmin
more clearly
selvemmin
better
paremmin
more extensively
pitemmin
the worst
huonoimmin
in the silliest way
hupsuimmin
most quickly, in the fastest way
nopeimmin
in a deeper way
syvimmin
in the friendliest way
ystävällisimmin
the most beautifully
kauneimmin
in the nicest way
kilteimmin
the slowest
hitaimmin
the best
parhaiten
quickly
nopeasti
efficiently
tehokkaasti
poorly
huonosti
easily
helposti
largely
suuresti
in a small way
pienesti
freshly
tuoreesti
hurriedly
kiireesti
happily
iloisesti
friendly
ystävällisesti
without a doubt
ehdottomasti
colorfully
värikkäästi
comfortably
mukavasti
enjoyably
hauskasti
sadly
surullisesti
more sadly
surullisemmin
in the saddest way
surullisimmin