53 - Comparatives Grammar Essential #53 What are...

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Comparatives Grammar Essential #53
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What are comparisons? Comparisons are made when one object/one group is compared to another object/group and a difference is apparent. Comparisons are between 2 things, groups, ideas, or concepts.
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Comparison formula Comparisons that are regular have the same pattern: más/menos + adjective + que más = more Menos = less que = than [notice… no accent!]
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Comparison The boy is taller than the girl. This is a comparison of two people. It will use the formula más + adjective + que Taller is not a word in Spanish– for comparative words that end in –er in English are made by saying more and then the adjective in Spanish. Taller = more tall = más alto
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Comparison The boy is taller than the girl Más + adjective+ que El chico es más alto que la chica. Make sure the adjective agrees in number and gender with the subject.
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The cats are smaller than the dogs. Más + adjective + que
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