Note that to form the Superlative of adverbs, it is similar to the Superlative of adjectives, EXCEPT you only use the definite article le plus / le mo

Judy

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17 April 2018

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Note that to form the Superlative of adverbs, it is similar to the Superlative of adjectives, EXCEPT you only use the definite article le plus / le mo

Note that to form the Superlative of adverbs, it is similar to the Superlative of adjectives, EXCEPT you only use the definite article le plus / le moins (there is NO agreement with adverbs, as they have NO gender).  But one of the examples uses "au":Je le ferai jeudi au plus tard.
I'll do it on Thursday at the latest.

This relates to:
Le plus and le moins = the most and the least (superlative of adverbs) -

Chris

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17 April 2018

17/04/18

Hi Judy,


Au = à le, hence au plus tard = à le plus tard.


You see, "au" is just the definite article in disguise ;)


-- Chris (not a native speaker).

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