Comparisons of equality show that two things are the same

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Comparisons of equality show that two things are the same. The following formula works for  adjectives and adverbs:  aussi +  adjective or adverb  + que  (as … as)  Elle est aussi jolie que sa sœur . (She is as pretty as her sister.)  Il travaille aussi dur que toi . (He works as hard as you.)  Si  usually replaces  aussi  in the negative:  Elles ne sont pas si malheureuse que ça
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Unformatted text preview: . (They aren't all that unhappy.) Use these formulas when the second element is a noun: • autant de + noun + que + noun/pronoun (as much/many … as) • Il a autant d'argent que moi . (He has as much money as I.) • autant que + noun/pronoun (as much/many … as) • Elle mange autant que son amie . (She eats as much as her friend.)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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