# Comparativo E Superlativo

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### The car ferrari is faster than fusca.

• A.

Superlativo

• B.

Comparativo

• C.

• D.

Verbo

• E.

Todas altenativas

B. Comparativo
Explanation
The given statement compares the speed of two cars, Ferrari and Fusca, stating that Ferrari is faster than Fusca. This indicates a comparative relationship between the two cars in terms of their speed. Therefore, the correct answer is "Comparativo."

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• 2.

### I am the most intelligent student of my class.

• A.

Superlativo

• B.

• C.

Verbo

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Comparativo

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Todas estão corretas

A. Superlativo
Explanation
The correct answer is "Superlativo" because the statement "I am the most intelligent student of my class" is indicating the highest degree of intelligence among all the students in the class. The superlative form is used to compare one person or thing to all others in a group, and in this case, it is used to highlight the speaker's intelligence as the highest in their class.

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• 3.

### Carlos is more intelligent than Clark.

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Superlativo

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Comparativo

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Verbo

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Todas estão corretas

C. Comparativo
Explanation
The given statement "Carlos is more intelligent than Clark" indicates a comparison between Carlos and Clark's intelligence levels. This suggests that the correct answer is "Comparativo," which is the Portuguese term for "Comparative." Comparatives are used to compare two or more things or people, indicating that one is superior, inferior, or equal to the other in a specific characteristic or quality.

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• 4.

### Ana is fatter than Lucia.

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Comparativo

• B.

Superlativo

• C.

Verbo

• D.

• E.

Todas corretas

A. Comparativo
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Comparativo" because the sentence "Ana is fatter than Lucia" is comparing the weight or size of Ana and Lucia. The comparative form is used to compare two things or people, indicating that one is more or less of a certain quality than the other. In this case, it is comparing the level of fatness between Ana and Lucia.

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### Manoel is richer than jonathan.

• A.

Comparativo

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• C.

Verbo

• D.

Superlativo

• E.

Todas Corretas

A. Comparativo
Explanation
The correct answer is "Comparativo" because the sentence "Manoel is richer than Jonathan" is comparing the wealth of Manoel and Jonathan. The comparative form is used to compare two things or people, in this case, the wealth of Manoel and Jonathan.

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### João is oldest of the family.

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• B.

Verbo

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Superlativo

• D.

Comparativo

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Todas Corretas

C. Superlativo
Explanation
The correct answer is "Superlativo" because the phrase "João is oldest of the family" indicates that João is the oldest among all the members of his family. The superlative form is used to indicate the highest degree or rank in a certain category, which fits the given statement.

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