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Comparatives of Nouns and the Superlative. Page 65 – AVSR 2 – Chp. 2 Realidades 3. Comparatives of Nouns. To make a comparison or differentiation between two nouns, use más / menos + noun + que . Hoy hay menos gente que ayer en el teatro. Comparatives of Nouns.

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comparatives of nouns and the superlative

Comparatives of Nouns and the Superlative

Page 65 – AVSR 2 – Chp. 2

Realidades 3

comparatives of nouns
Comparatives of Nouns
  • To make a comparison or differentiation between two nouns, use más / menos + noun + que.
  • Hoy hay menos gente que ayer en el teatro.
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Comparatives of Nouns
  • To make a comparison between two similar nouns, use: tanto(a) + noun + como.
  • Since tanto is an adjective, it should agree with the noun in both gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural).
  • Hoy hay tanto público como ayer en el teatro.
  • Hoy hay tantas personas como ayer en el teatro.
superlatives
Superlatives
  • The superlative is used to say something is the “most” or the “least.”
  • To express the superlative comparison use: el/la/los/las + noun + más/menos + adjective.
  • El concierto más emocionante fue el de ayer.
  • Para mí, la obra menos divertida es “Algún día.”
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Superlatives
  • When mejor and peor are used as superlatives, the following construction is used:
  • el/la/los/las + mejor(es)/peor(es) + noun
  • Pienso que Alejandra Ruíz es la mejor bailarina.
  • ¡Ustedes son los peores cantantes!
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Superlatives
  • The preposition de is used after the adjective when the superlative comparison occurs within a group or category.
  • El concierto de ayer fue el más emocionante de todos.