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    He works the hardest, but earns the least.

    Hi teachers,
    He works the hardest, but earns the least.
    In the above sentence, 'the 'hardest' and 'the least' are both superlative adverbs, aren't they?
    Am I right? If I add 'of all' at the end for sure it is!

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by learning54; 01-Aug-2012 at 08:15.

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    Re: He works the hardest, but earns the least.

    Yes.

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