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  1. Comparaciones

  2. Pez Elefante The fish is more scared than the elephant. El pez está más asustado que el elefante.

  3. Pez Elefante The elephant is less scared than the fish. El elefante está menos asustado que el pez.

  4. perro gato The cat is calmer than the dog. El gato es más tranquilo que el perro.

  5. perro gato The dog is less calm than the cat. El perro es menos tranquilo que el gato.

  6. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish When you want to express more (-er)…than in Spanish you use the expression más...que. Pedro is taller than Laura. Pedro es más alto que Laura. alto Remember that there needs to be agreement when using adjectives.

  7. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish When you want to express more (-er)…than in Spanish you use the expression “más...que.” Ana is taller than her brother. Ana es más alta que su hermano. alta Remember that there needs to be agreement when using adjectives.

  8. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish When you want to express less … than in Spanish you use the expression “menos...que.” Dogs are less independent than cats. Los perros son menos independientes que los gatos. independientes Remember that there needs to be agreement when using adjectives.

  9. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, “más…que” and “menos…que” can be used with infinitives. I like to talk more than to study. Me gusta hablar más que estudiar. “I like talking more than studying.”

  10. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, “más…que” and “menos…que” can be used with infinitives. I like to study less than to talk. Me gusta estudiar menos que hablar. “I like studying less than talking.”

  11. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, “más…que” and “menos…que” can be used with nouns. There are more cats than dogs. Hay más gatos que perros.

  12. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, “más…que” and “menos…que” can be used with nouns. There are fewer pencils than pens. Hay menos lápices que plumas.

  13. Al Español … Susana and Ana are taller than Mateo. Susana y Ana son ______ altas ________Mateo. más que

  14. Al Español … My brother is less intelligent than my sister. Mi hermano es _____ inteligente ___mi hermana. menos que

  15. Al Español … They like to write(writing) less than to read(reading). Les gusta escribir _______ _____ leer. menos que

  16. Al Español … We want to talk more than to eat. Queremos hablar ______ _____ comer. más que

  17. Al Español … I have more shoes than sandals. Tengo ______ zapatos ________sandalias. más que

  18. Al Español … Raúl eats fewer vegetables than fruit. Raúl come ______ verduras ______fruta. menos que

  19. Bueno, malo, viejo, y joven tienen formas irregulares. Viejo  Mayor Joven  Menor Formas irregulares Bueno  Mejor Malo  Peor

  20. Bueno + El pan es bueno. +++++ Los sándwiches de jamón y queso son mejores que el pan.

  21. Malo D La nota de Susana es mala. La nota de Roberto es peorque la nota de Susana.

  22. Joven La madre es joven. Los hijos son menoresque la madre.

  23. Viejo El padre es viejo. La abuela es mayor que el padre.

  24. Al Español … “Ironman” is better than “Ironman 2.” “Ironman” es _____ ___ ”Ironman 2.”. mejor que

  25. Al Español … My friend is younger than his sister. Mi amigo es _____ ___ su hermana. menor que

  26. Al Español … The boys are older than me. Los chicos son _______ ___ yo. mayores que

  27. Al Español … The french fries at Wendy’s are worse that at Arby’s.. Las papas fritas de Wendy’s son _______ ___ las de Arby’s. peores que

  28. Comparison of Equality in Spanish When you want to express as …as in Spanish you use the expression “tan...como.” Pedro is as tall as Laura. Pedro es tan alto como Laura. alto Remember that there needs to be agreement when using adjectives.

  29. Comparison of Equality in Spanish PERO ... Laura is as tall as Pedro. Laura es tan alta como Pedro. alta Remember that there needs to be agreement when using adjectives.

  30. Comparison of Equality in Spanish When you want to express as much as in Spanish you use the expression “tanto como.” Pedro eats as much as Laura (does). Pedro come tanto como Laura.

  31. Al Español … We are as fun as they (are). Somos ______ divertidos _____ ellos. tan como

  32. Al Español … Julio is as fast as they (are). Julio es ____ rápido _____ ellos. tan como

  33. Al Español … I like to sing(singing) as much as to dance(dancing). Me gusta cantar ______ _____ bailar. tanto como