COCOMPARANDO ADJETIVOS. Los Adj. Comparativos son similares en ambos idiomas.
Si e. Los adjetivo de una sílaba se añade –er (caso de consonante + vocal + consonante).
Si e. Los adjetivos de dos sílabas que acaben en – y se añade – ier.

Co Comparative adjectives

I´m

you´re

he´s
she´s

it´s

we´re

you´re
they´re
big(g)
small
short + - er
fast
hot(t)
cheap (dos vocales + con, no dobla)



THAN



the rest

eas(y)
nois(y)
+ - ier
happ(y)
bus(y)
often (dos sílabas, no acaba en – y)

often
important
MORE intelligent
difficult

big
LESS easy
difficult

Excepciones:
good – better
bad – worse
far – father
/a/ or /u/



EXAMPLES
1. My house is POORER THAN Botín´s house.
2. My house is SMALLER THAN Botin´s house or My house is LESS big THAN Botin´s house.
3. My house is CHEAPER THAN Botin´s house.
4. Spain is SUNNIER THAN the U.S.A.
5. Spain is LESS big THAN the U.S.A.
6. Spain is MORE important (for me) THAN the U.S.A.
8. Spanish people are HARDER THAN Americans.
9. I think than Spanish people are HAPPIER THAN Americans.
10. Americans people are MORE BORING THAN Spanish.
11. Santander is LESS EXPENSIVE THAN París.
12. Santander is SMALLER THAN Paris.
14. Santander is MORE coastal THAN Paris.
15. Italian food is LESS disgusting THAN English food.
16. Italian food is TASTER THAN English food.
17. Italian food is MORE DELICIOUS THAN English food.



Superlative adjectives.

I´m

you´re

he´s
she´s

it´s

we´re

you´re
they´re



THE



high
big(g) + est
cheap
great



person


thing

place

animal


of the group.
in the world.
I know.

I´ve ever seen of (in) my life= que jamás he visto en mí vida.

NOTAS:
- Present Perfect: I´ve ever seen.
-“ever” da énfasis

ugl(y)
happ(y)
+ y = - iest
happ(y)
bus(y)


(VERY) MOST = muy, muy

difficult
dangerous
attractive
expensive


LEAST
big
happy
difficult

Excepciones:
good – bad
better – worse
THE BEST - THE WORST
less- LEAST