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How do you do equal comparisons in Spanish?

How do you do equal comparisons in Spanish?

Remember, if you want to compare two things that are equal in Spanish, use the following patterns:

  1. Comparing nouns: tanto(a)+noun+como.
  2. Comparing verbs: verb+tanto como.
  3. Comparing adjectives: tan+adjective+como.
  4. Comparing adverbs: tan+adverb+como.

How do you write comparatives in Spanish?

Comparative adjectives in Spanish are formed by:

  1. más + adjective + que.
  2. menos + adjective + que.

How do you make a comparison sentence?

Here is a list of sentences making comparisons between two things:

  1. My house is bigger than yours.
  2. Your grade is worse than mine.
  3. The Pacific Ocean is deeper than the Arctic Ocean.
  4. You are more polite than Joey.
  5. My brother is taller than I am, but he is older too.
  6. A rose is more beautiful than a daisy.

How do you use comparison in a sentence?

Comparison in a Sentence 🔉

  1. A comparison of the two books showed that the main characters had a lot in common.
  2. By comparison, my sister is only a few inches taller than I am when wearing heels.
  3. A facial comparison of the suspect and the drawing showed that it was in fact a match.

What is the formula to make a comparison of equality?

When we want to make comparisons of equality using adjectives or adverbs, we use the following formula: tan + adjective + como. adverb. tanto/a (s) + singular noun + como plural noun.

What do you know about comparison?

Comparison or comparing is the act of evaluating two or more things by determining the relevant, comparable characteristics of each thing, and then determining which characteristics of each are similar to the other, which are different, and to what degree.

What is the difference between comparatives and superlatives in Spanish?

The difference between a comparative and superlative is that a comparative allows you to compare two things, while a superlative allows you to compare one thing to a group. In addition, a comparison of superiority allows you to say that something is ‘bigger’, ‘taller’, or ‘faster’.

How do you teach comparatives in Spanish?

If they are equal, we use el comparativo de igualdad (comparative of equality)….1st entity + verb + MENOS + noun/adjective/adverb + QUE + 2nd entity.

bueno (good) mejor (better)
malo (bad) peor (worse)
poco (a little) menos (less)
mucho (a lot) más (more)

How do you make comparisons in Spanish?

más fuerte (stronger)

  • más rádido (faster)
  • más inteligente (more intelligent)
  • más cariñoso (more loving)
  • How to say comparisons in Spanish?

    Él es el más guapo. (He is handsom est .)

  • Él es el menos guapo. (He is the least handsome.)
  • Ella es la más inteligente. (She is the most intelligent.)
  • Ella es la menos inteligente. (She is the least intelligent.)
  • How to say in practice in Spanish?

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  • How do you say the practice in Spanish?

    To indicate that it’s half past the hour in Spanish,use the phrase y media.

  • To indicate that it’s a quarter past the hour,use the phrase y cuarto.
  • To indicate that it’s a quarter ’til the hour,use the phrase menos cuarto.
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