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User: absolute superlative is _____.

User: limited adjective

Weegy: adjective describes a word like blue shirt. Blue is describing what color the shirt is
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User: A verb form ending in -ing and used as an adjective is a(n) _____.

User: EXAMPLE of a gerund

User: dose this cantain a gerund? Seeing is believing.

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Asked 5/17/2011 4:25:51 PM
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The absolute superlative is normally formed by modifying the adjective by adding -ísimo, -ísima, -ísimos or -ísimas, depending on the gender or number.
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Examples of gerund are: reading, not working ( negative gerund).
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