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2-1B Comparisons of Equality
Saying that two things are equal in some way. Comparisons of equality mean…
The cat is as big as the dog. Por ejemplo,
The taco is as delicious as the sandwich. Por ejemplo,
I have as many llamas as you do. Por ejemplo,
Tan + adjective + como
(tan + adj. + como) is a formula Tan + adjective + como We use it to say (as + adjective + as)
The cat is as big as the dog. El gato es tan grande como el perro. When you’re making a comparison with an adjective, use tan. Big or grande is the adjective.
Tan + adj. + como Regardless of number or gender, if the comparison involves an adjective, use tan.
The taco is as delicious as the sandwich. El taco es tan delicioso como el sándwich. When you’re making a comparison with an adjective, use tan. Delicious or delicioso is the adjective.
Tan + adjective + como Ejemplos
I am as intelligent as Albert Einstein. Yo soy tan inteligente como Albert Einstein. When you’re making a comparison with an adjective, use tan. Intelligent or inteligente is the adjective.
You are as confused as Pepe. Tú eres tan confundido como Pepe. When you’re making a comparison with an adjective, use tan. Confused or confundido is the adjective.
Tan + adjective + como ¿Hay preguntas?
Tanto/Tanta/Tantos/Tantas + noun + como
I have as many llamas as you do. Por ejemplo,
I have as many llamas as you do. Yo tengo tantas llamas como tú. Llamas or llamas is the noun. When you’re making a comparison with a noun, use tanto/tanta/tantos/tantas.
T anto/tanta/tantos/tantas + noun + como If the comparison involves a noun, you change tanto/tanta/tantos/tantas depending on that noun – not the subject!
As a comparison Tanto interés Tanta inteligencia Tantos libros Tantas canciones The noun involved el interés la inteligencia los libros las canciones T anto/tanta/tantos/tantas + noun + como
I have as many books as she does. Yo tengo tantos libros como ella. Libros or books is the noun. When you’re making a comparison with a noun, use tanto/tanta/tantos/tantas.
You have as much talent as I do. Tú tienes tanto talento como yo. Talento or talent is the noun. When you’re making a comparison with a noun, use tanto/tanta/tantos/tantas.
Pepe needs as much food as a bear. Pepe necesita tanta comida como un oso. Comida or food is the noun. When you’re making a comparison with a noun, use tanto/tanta/tantos/tantas.
Tanto/Tanta/Tantos/Tantas + noun + como ¿Hay preguntas?
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