0131589318_Comparisons of inequality

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(More than . . . , less than . . . ) Comparisons of Inequality (Las comparaciones de desigualdad)
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Un sofá es más grande que un sillón. bigg er more expensive than than $250 $31 NOTE: The adverbs más and menos , like all adverbs, are invariable. Más que, menos que: with adjectives Una aspiradora es más cara que una plancha.
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Be aware that in English , when making comparisons, we use the er ending for short adjectives and adverbs (usually those consisting of one or two syllables): bigg er tall er fin er pretti er fast er slow er However, we use more . . . than and less . . . than for longer adjectives and adverbs: more delicate than more complicated than less expensive than more carefully than In Spanish , we must always use the equivalent of more/less . . . than , even with short adjectives and adverbs: Pedro is taller than Olga. Pedro es más alto que Olga.
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works more (or harder ) than Pero Miguel trabaja más que Alfredo. than
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course SPANISH 1411 taught by Professor Euniceurbina-horning during the Spring '12 term at San Jacinto.

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