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3 Comparatives To say that something is more useful / taller.. you use más + adjective + que. Madiya es más alta que Zak – Madiya is taller (more tall) than Zak Los chicos son más honestos que las chicas – Boys are more honest than girls NOTE THE ADJECTIVE AGREES WITH THE 1 ST NOUN To say something is less entertaining….you use menos + adjective + que La leche es menos sana que el agua – Milk is less healthy than water To say something is as long as….you use tan+ adjective + como No soy tan rico como tú – I am not as rich as you There are also 2 other comparative phrases: mejor que (better than) + peor que (worse than) …as well as mayor (older) + menor (younger)

4 Superlatives To say that something is the tallest / the most clever… you use el/la/los/las + más + adjective Safiyyah es la más traviesa – Safiyyah is the naughtiest Los tigres son los más feroces – Tigers are the most ferocious NOTE - THE ADJECTIVE AGREES WITH THE NOUN AND YOU NEED TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD FOR THE (EL/LA/LOS/LAS) ACCORDING TO MASCULINE/FEMININE/PLURAL To say that something is the least stupid… you use el/la/los/las + menos + adjective Fernando Torres es el menos feo – Fernando Torres is the least ugly There are also 2 other superlative phrases: el mejor (the best) + el peor (the worse) …as well as el mayor (the oldest) + el menor (the youngest)

5 Interrogatives

6 Exclamations Mmm really Zoya ! How interesting! Hi Atheeqa, Im a Kangaroo, How cool! In English exclamations sound like this How cool / How stupid In Spanish we use Qué + an adjective (Qué raro! = How weird) (Qué tonto! = How stupid) There are also some good ones with nouns Qué desastre! – What a disaster! Qué pena – What a shame Qué lástima – What a pity Qué idiota – What a dimwit! Qué casualidad – What a coincidence Qué suerte – How lucky!

7 Exclamations with nouns Qué gatito más hermoso Sometimes youll want to give an exclamation about a noun (What a pretty cat) In this case youll need to use Qué + Noun + Más + Adjective Qué sitio más interesante What an interesting place! Qué chicas más aburridas What boring girls! Qué casa más lujosa What a luxurious house

8 Giving instructions We can also use these two phrases: Debes / Hay que + A verb -Debes comer menos chocolate – You must eat less chocolate -Hay que ir al gimnasio – You have to go to the gym -No hay que fumar – You mustnt smoke If the words that follow your instruction phrase dont end in –er/-ar/-ir then they are not verbs. EXTRA – TO SAY WHO YOU WANT TO DO SOMETHING TO …ADD LO FOR HIM / LA FOR HER / LOS FOR THEM Debes salvar (you must save) Debes dejarme – You must leave me alone Debes salvarla – You must leave her alone Debes salvarlos – You must leave them alone

9 Adverbs describe how you do something: he walked slowly To make them: 1 st find the adjective for your adverb (find slow if you want to say slowly) If this adjective is not the same, for example when the masculine singular form ends in an o, then the -o should be changed to an -a. Here are some examples: AdjectiveFeminine singularAdverb triste tristemente alegre alegremente furiosofuriosafuriosamente normal normalmente rápidorápidarápidamente lentolentalentamente fácil fácilmente Adverbs Normalmente tengo todo bajo control

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