COMPARISONS%20%28Kristen%27s%20Laptop%27s%20conflicted%20copy%202011-11-09%29

COMPARISONS%20%28Kristen%27s%20Laptop%27s%20conflicted%20copy%202011-11-09%29

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COMPARISONS ¿Por qué usamos comparaciones? To indicate which of people or things has a lesser, greater or equal degree of a quality. menos interesante más grande tan sabroso como
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COMPARISONS OF INEQUALITY más/menos + adjectives / adverbs / nouns + que Los bistecs son más caros que las hamburguesas. Esta ensalada es menos rica que esa sopa. Me despierto más temprano que mi esposo. Los estudiantes se acuestan más tarde
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COMPARISONS OF INEQUALITY verb + más/menos + que Gwen cocina más que yo. En general, los hombres comen más que las mujeres. ¡OJO! When a comparison involves a numerical expression, de is used before the number. ¡Hay más de veinte frutas diferentes en
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tan + adjective / adverb + como La langosta es tan cara como el bistec Anoche, me acosté tan tarde como mi esposo. Tanto/a/os/as + noun + como Yo probé tantos platos como ella.
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course SPAN 1002 taught by Professor Theard during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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