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What are some good senior superlatives?

What are some good senior superlatives?

Classic Yearbook Superlatives

  • Best all-around.
  • Biggest flirt.
  • Class clown.
  • Cutest couple.
  • Life of the party.
  • Most athletic.
  • Most changed.
  • Most likely to succeed.

What is a superlative senior?

A senior superlative is an award to honor both the serious and funny aspects of the class given to two seniors who receive the most votes. Some of these are most athletic, best friends, and worst senioritis. In total, there are 10 superlative titles that have been awarded this year.

What are some superlatives?

Superlatives for Irregular Adjective Forms

Adjective Comparative Adjective Superlative Adjective
good better best
little less least
many more most
old (people) elder eldest

What is a superlative in a yearbook?

Yearbook superlatives have been a landmark tradition for many years. Every year, everyone votes for ‘The Best…’ or ‘The Most…’ a title or phrase to describe your classmates or teachers in a fun and creative way.

What is a class superlative?

Classroom Superlative Award Categories Awards such as “most improved” or “most valuable player” recognize hard work and dedication both inside and outside of the classroom. While this is an honorable way to pay tribute to students for their achievements, consider recognizing other attributes.

How many senior superlatives are there?

32 different superlatives
This year the seniors were given a list of 32 different superlatives and a list of everyone in the graduating class of 2013.

What is the point of senior superlatives?

Even in my grandma’s high school yearbook, there were superlatives for things like “the brain” and “biggest flirt.” Senior superlatives give students a chance to feature and reward their peers for being the cream of the crop, the “best to bring home to mom and dad” and the “cutest couple.”

How many types of superlatives are there?

two ways
As with comparative adjectives, there are two ways to form a superlative adjective: short adjectives: add “-est” long adjectives: use “most”

What is the superlative form of good?

Irregular comparatives and superlatives

Adjective Comparative Superlative
good better best
bad worse worst
little less least
much more most

Is very a superlative?

We can use very before superlative adjectives that end in -est (including best and worst), but we don’t use it before superlatives which use the most, we usually use by far: Kristin is the very oldest child in the class. This is the very lowest price I can offer.

What are superlatives Awards?