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ITALIAN 1003 26 ottobre 2010
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I comparativi, pp. 405-406 + più… di/che - meno… di/che = (tanto)… quanto
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DI 1. Temple è più grande ________ UPenn. 2. Temple è meno famosa ________ UPenn. 3. In genere, gli studenti di Temple sono meno arroganti ________ studenti di UPenn. 4. Il campus di Temple è meno bello ________ campus di UPenn.
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DI 1. Temple è più grande ___ di ___ UPenn. 2. Temple è meno famosa ___ di ___ UPenn. 3. In genere, gli studenti di Temple sono meno arroganti ___ degli __ studenti di UPenn. 4. Il campus di Temple è meno bello ___ del __ campus di UPenn.
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one quality di Temple University UPenn soggetto grammaticale secondo termine di paragone (usually a noun or a pronoun)
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CHE 1. A Temple ci sono più studenti ________ a UPenn. 2. Il pluralismo etnico e sociale è più evidente a Temple ________ a UPenn. 3. È più interessante studiare a Temple ________ studiare a Upenn.
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When we compare two features that
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Unformatted text preview: refer to the same subject we use preposition CHE Lisa Simpson che è più studiosa che atletica le piace più suonare il sax che correre nel parco ama più leggere un libro che guardare lo sport in TV. And in general: whenever the quality being compared is the grammatical subject of the sentence. subject che CHE followed by direct and indirect objects ( in the forms of: adjectives and adverbs, nouns or pronouns, nouns or pronouns w/ prepositions, infinitives) CHE 1. A Temple ci sono più studenti che a UPenn. 2. Il pluralismo etnico e sociale è più evidente a Temple che a UPenn. 3. È più interessante studiare a Temple che studiare a Upenn. Handout DI o CHE? tanto… quanto Molto o molta? Molto o molti? Tanto o tanti? etc… Check list: di o che? Is the grammatical subject of your sentence compared to a second term? yes no di che...
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