"I was eating my breakfast and noticed it said ‘most tastiest’ and I don’t like bad grammar so decided to write to Tesco".Albert said.
'Most tastiest'? Surely not? It could be 'most tasty' or simply 'tastiest', but never 'most tastiest'," the schoolboy said.
So the package with the grammar mistake will be changed, as Tesco has apologized:
Superlative adjectives: explanation.
More easy exercises.
And a video: