Swahili Comaprative

In this page we will explore the comaprative in Swahili. This includes the superlative form as well. Very useful when comparing two things or more.

As . . . as: kama
Taller: warefu
Shorter: wafupi
Younger: Wadogo
Older: Mkubwa
As tall as : Mrefu kama
Taller than: Mrefu kuliko
Shorter than: Mfupi kuliko
More beautiful: Mzuri zaidi, nzuri zaidi
Less beautiful: Mzuri kiasi, Nzuri kiasi
Most beautiful: Mzuri sana, nzuri sana
Happy: Furaha
Happier: Furaha sana
Happiest: Furaha zaidi
You are happy: Umefurahi
You are as happy as Maya: Umefurahi kama Maya
You are happier than Maya: Umefurahi kuliko Maya
You are the happiest: Umefurahi zaidi
Good: nzuri
Better: bora
Best: bora zaidi
Bad: mbaya
Worse: mbaya sana
Worst: mbaya zaidi

With the above examples you can compare, or create superlative (superiority), sentences with no problems. Let's move on to the next subject below. You can also choose your own topic from the menu above.

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