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Kwiziq community member
21 November 2017
“Le moins vite” or “le plus lent”
Is one form preferred over the other or is it a matter of personal choice/context?
This question relates to:French lesson "Le plus and le moins = the most and the least (superlative of adverbs)"
22 November 2017
Kwiziq language super star
10 April 2018
Actually in 'le moins vite', 'vite' being an adverb its equivalent would be 'le plus lentement', meaning the same thing emphasis being on speed or lack of it:
Arrivez à votre destination le moins vite possible ( or le plus lentement possible)
'Lent' and its opposite 'rapide' are both adjectives.
Here are some examples :
C'est la voiture la plus rapide au monde.
C'est le moyen de transport le plus lent au monde.
Hope this helps!
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