100 Grammar Points


77. The best, -est いちばん

While it literally means #1, it is also used as a superlative -most or -est.

tabemono no naka wa nani ga ichiban
suki desu ka?
Out of all foods, what do you like the best?


fujisan wa sekai de ichiban takai yama ja nai.
Mt. Fuji isn’t the tallest mountain in the world.

100 Grammar Points


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