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Comparatives. Page 278 Realidades 1. Comparatives. You have learned mas and menos in certain expressions. Comparatives. Me gusta el tenis pero me gusta más el fútbol. Te gustan las manzanas? Si, más o menos . Comparatives.

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comparatives

Comparatives

Page 278

Realidades 1

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  • You have learned mas and menos in certain expressions.
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  • Me gusta el tenis pero me gusta más el fútbol.
  • Te gustan las manzanas? Si, más o menos.
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  • We also use mas / menos + adjective + qué (‘than’) to make comparisons.
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  • mas / menos + adjective + qué
  • Los discos compactos de Los Toros son más populares que los discos compactos de Los Lobos.
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  • mas / menos + adjective + qué
  • Jorge es menos serio que María.
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  • The adjectives agree with the nouns they refer to.
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  • The adjectives bueno, malo, viejo, and joven have irregular comparative forms. We do not use más with them.
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  • bueno, a
  • malo, a
  • viejo, a
  • joven

mejor (que)

peor (que)

mayor (que)

menor (que)

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  • Mejor, peor, mayor, and menor have plural forms ending in -es. However, they don’t have a different feminine form:
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  • Las hermanas de Pedro son menores que las de Juan.
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  • Mejor (better) is also the comparative form of bien (well), and peor (worse) also the comparative form of mal (badly).
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  • When used in this sense, mejor and peor have only one form.
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  • Graciela y Fabián son mejores que Susana y Gustavo en tenis.
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  • Graciela y Fabián juegan tenis mejor que Susana y Gustavo.
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