The use of comparative & superlative form

The comparative is used when two entities are being compared.

Το φαγητό που μαγειρεύει η Αγκάθα είναι νοστιμότερο/ πιο νόστιμο από το φαγητό της Κλειώς.

The definite article is used when more than two entities are compared.

Όλα τα φαγητά είναι νόστιμα, αλλά αυτό είναι το νοστιμότερo / το πιο νόστιμο απ’ όλα.

The superlative is used when the relative quality appears in the highest degree.

Νοστιμότατα / πάρα πολύ νόστιμα τα γεμιστά σου!

When similar entities are being compared expressions like τόσο … όσο, σαν / όπως are used.  

Η Μαρία είναι ψηλή όπως η μητέρα της / σαν τη μητέρα της.

You can also read: Greek possessives

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