What do you say in these situations? Use a superlative + … ever … Use the words given in brackets (in the correct form).
Your friend meets a lot of people, some of them famous. You ask your friend: (famous person/you have/meet?) Who is ***?
the most famous person you have ever met
You’ve just been to the cinema. The film was extremely boring. You tell your friend: (boring/film/I’ve/see) That is the most boring film I’ve ever seen.
Your friend has just told you a joke, which you think is very funny. You say: (funny/joke/I’ve/hear) That is the funniest joke I’ve ever heard.
You’re drinking coffee with a friend. It’s really good coffee. You say: (good/coffee/I’ve/taste) This is the best coffee I’ve ever tasted.
You are talking to a friend about Mary. Mary is very patient. You tell your friend about her: (patient/person/I’ve/meet) She is the most patient person I’ve ever met.
You have just run ten kilometres. You’ve never run further than this. You say to your friend: (far/I’ve/run) That is the furthest I’ve ever run.
You decided to give up your job. Now you think this was a bad mistake. You say to your friend: (bad/mistake/I’ve/make) It was the worst mistake I’ve ever made.
Your friend meets a lot of people, some of them famous. You ask your friend: (famous/person/you have/meet?) Who is the most famous person you have ever met?