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sentence and introduce the second element with que (than):
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Tengo menos tareas que t Tienes m s trabajo que yo I have less homework than you You have more work than I (do)
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The second element of the comparison may be a noun, a subject
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pronoun, a possessive pronoun, or a clause:
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Noun: Tengo mejores notas que esos alumnos (I have better grades than those students) Subject Pronoun: Tiene m s libros que yo (He has more books than I)
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Possessive Pronoun: Mi clase tiene m s alumnos que la tuya (My class has more students than yours) Clause: Una jirafa come m s hierba de lo que yo pensaba (A giraffe eats more grass than I thought)
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To express in or of in a superlative sentence, use the preposi-
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tion de + definite article: Hace lo m s trabajo posible de todos los profesores (He does the most possible work of all the teachers)
Comparison of Verbs When comparing infinitives of verbs, use que + an infinitive in the second part of the comparison:
Prefiero ir al cine que ir al teatro I prefer going to the theater rather than to the movies Me gustar a m s comer pescado que comer carne I d rather eat fish than meat
COMPARISONS OF EQUALITY
Comparisons of equality show that two things are the same Follow these simple formulas:
Tan + adjective or adverb + como (as as):
Ella es tan inteligente como su hermano She is as intelligent as her brother Hablo espa ol tan elocuentemente como t I speak Spanish as eloquently as you
Tanto(-a, -os, -as) [used as an adjective] + noun + como (as
much/many as) Tanto remains invariable when used as an adverb
l tiene tantos amigos como t He has as many friends as you No tengo tanta paciencia como mi esposo I don t have as much patience as my husband
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Ella lee tanto como su hermano y yo She reads as much as her brother and I (do)
THE ABSOLUTE SUPERLATIVE
Use the absolute superlative when no comparison is involved Simply add - simo, - sima, simos, simas to the adjective according to the gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural) of the noun being described The meaning is the same as muy + adjective:
La blusa es muy cara La blusa es car sima Los perros son muy lindos Los perros son lind simos The dogs are very sweet The blouse is very expensive
Note the following exceptions to the rule:
To express very much use much simo:
Lo quiero mucho Lo quiero much simo
I love him a lot
Drop the final vowel of an adjective before adding - simo:
La casa es muy grande La casa es grand sima
The house is very big
Adjectives ending in -co (-ca for feminine adjectives), -go (-ga for
feminine adjectives), or -z change c to qu, g to gu, and z to c before adding - simo:
La limonada es muy fresca La limonada es fresqu sima Las avenidas son muy largas Las avenidas son largu simas El tigre es muy feroz El tigre es feroc simo The tiger is very fierce The streets are very long The lemonade is very fresh
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An adverb may be formed by adding -mente to the feminine form (- sima) of the adjective:
Ella canta muy lentamente Ella canta lent simamente She sings very slowly
COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE EXPRESSIONS
The following comparative and superlative expressions will help you speak more colloquially:
hacer lo mejor que puede (to do one s best): Hacemos lo mejor que
podemos (We do our best)
hacer lo m s (menos) posible (as much [little] as possible): Este
muchacho hace lo m s posible (This boy does as much as possible)
lo m s (menos) posible (as as possible): Ella trabaja lo
menos r pidamente posible (She works as slowly as possible)
cuanto m s m s (the more the more): Cuanto m s come,
m s quiere (The more you eat, the more you want)
cuanto menos menos (the less the less): Cuanto menos
estudia, menos aprende (The less you study, the less you learn)
cuanto m s menos (the more the less): Cuanto m s come,
menos tiene hambre (The more you eat, the less hungry you are)
cada vez m s (more and more): Aprendes cada vez m s r pidamente
(You learn more and more quickly)
cada vez menos (less and less): Los alumnos descansan cada vez
menos (The students rest less and less)
THE SUBJUNCTIVE AFTER SUPERLATIVE EXPRESSIONS
Use the subjunctive after superlative expressions to show an opinion, a feeling, or an emotion:
El espa ol es la mejor lengua (indicative) que Ud pueda estudiar (subjunctive) Spanish is the best language you can study S que este mapa es el peor (indicative) que se venda (subjunctive) I know that this map is the worst that they sell
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