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1 Making Comparisons 53

2 Los adjetivos (E)

3 Los adjetivos (F)

4 Los adjetivos (A)

5 Comparing Adjectives or Verbs To compare adjectives or verbs, we use three formats. To compare adjectives or verbs, we use three formats. 1.More than (more tall=taller) 2.Less than (less tall=shorter, not as tall) 3.The same as (as tall as)

6 1. More Than Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: más ADJECTIVE que Yo soy más alta que Juan. I am taller than Juan. Elena y Tómas son E & T are smarter than S. más inteligentes que Susana. Estamos más cansadas que Luis.We are more tired than L. Make sure your adjective matches the FIRST noun mentioned. Make sure you have a verb in your sentence! (Most of the time, with this kind of sentence you will be using SER or ESTAR.)

7 Exceptions to the First Format Instead of más bueno(a/os, as) que, we use mejor(es) que. Instead of más bueno(a/os, as) que, we use mejor(es) que. Instead of más malo(a/os, as) que, we use peor(es) que. Instead of más malo(a/os, as) que, we use peor(es) que. Instead of más joven(es) que, we use menor(es) que. Instead of más joven(es) que, we use menor(es) que. Instead of más viejo(a/os,as) que, we use mayor(es) que. Instead of más viejo(a/os,as) que, we use mayor(es) que.

8 2. Less Than Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: menos ADJECTIVE que Pablo está menos enojado que yo. P. is less angry than I am. La clase es menos interesante queClass is less interesting televisión. than tv. Estoy menos triste que Uds. I am less sad than y’ all. Make sure your adjective matches the FIRST noun mentioned. Make sure you have a verb in your sentence! (Most of the time, with this kind of sentence you will be using SER or ESTAR.)

9 3. As ___ As (they’re the same) Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: tan ADJECTIVE como Eres tan guapo como Alfonso. You are as handsome as A. Mi clase es tan fácil como My class is as easy as Social los estudios sociales. Studies. Uds. están tan emocionados Y’all are as excited as me. como yo. Make sure your adjective matches the FIRST noun mentioned. Make sure you have a verb in your sentence! (Most of the time, with this kind of sentence you will be using SER or ESTAR.)

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15 Comparing Nouns We “compare” nouns when we say things like We “compare” nouns when we say things like –I have as much homework as you do. –She has more brothers than Elena. –You don’t have as many books as them.

16 Format Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: Start out your sentence and when you get to the part where you want to compare the two things, use: tanto/a NOUN como tantos/as NOUN como No tengo tantos niños I don’t have as many children as como Michelle Duggar.Michelle Duggar. Hay tantos estudiantes en There are as many students in this esta clase como en la otra. class as the other one. Hay tantas chicas en la lección There are as many girls as boys in de artes marciales como los chicos. the martial arts lesson.

17 Examples Tienes un hermano/una hermana menor. Vas a un restaraunte y ustedes piden la misma cosa. Él/ella quiere tener LA MISMA COSA y cuando las comidas llegan, él/ella tiene que verificar que las comidas son la misma. Por ejemplo: Tienes un hermano/una hermana menor. Vas a un restaraunte y ustedes piden la misma cosa. Él/ella quiere tener LA MISMA COSA y cuando las comidas llegan, él/ella tiene que verificar que las comidas son la misma. Por ejemplo: –Mi plato tiene tantas papas fritas como tu plato.


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