Yabla's own Eva explains topics related to German grammar, vocabulary, and culture in the comfort of her Berlin apartment.
In English, shorter adjectives are compared by adding certain endings ("green," "greener," "greenest"), while longer adjectives require the words "more" and "most" ("helpful," "more helpful," "most helpful"). In German, the rules are quite different and the endings are always used. Moreover, the same forms are used as both adjectives and adverbs. Here, Yabla's own Eva explains some of these concepts with examples.
In the last video, Eva explained how regular adjectives are compared in German. In this video, she explains irregular adjectives, which either require an umlaut or change completely.