mad - stopniowanie przymiotnika

Wzór stopniowania przymiotnika mad – stopień równy, wyższy i najwyższy plus przykłady użycia w zdaniach.

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mean »
superlative:(the) maddest
  - szalony
- wściekły
  • mad
Przykłady zdań:


I'm mad about him. He's so handsome!
His carelessness drives everyone mad.
He was dancing like mad and suddenly collapsed. Fortunately someone immediately called for an ambulance.
I work with a guy who's just like the mad professor in a film.
Our neighbours drive me mad. They slam the door, shout in the corridor and play loud music late at night.
His theory on the origin of the universe is extraordinary. Some say he's mad.
He's mad! Does he really want to jump out of the window?
Albert sometimes seems a bit mad, but he's just eccentric.
The boss will go mad if I'm late again.
I've ripped my new shirt on a nail in the fence. Mum will go mad.
I used to be mad about model rockets when I was a kid.
Those crows are driving me mad with their constant cawing!
I was mad this morning. I'd been at the computer for a couple of hours but lost all the input because of a power failure.
Our teacher gets mad if we don't sit up straight in class.
There are a few similarities between our lives. We're both mad about old cars and love beer, for instance.

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