bigg er more expensive than than $250 $31 NOTE: The adverbs más and menos , like all adverbs, are invariable. Más que, menos que: with adjectives
Una aspiradora es más cara que una plancha.
Be aware that in English , when making comparisons, we use the er ending for short adjectives and adverbs (usually those consisting of one or two syllables): bigg er tall er fin er pretti er fast er slow er However, we use more . . . than and less . . . than for longer adjectives and adverbs: more delicate than more complicated than less expensive than more carefully than In Spanish , we must always use the equivalent of more/less . . . than , even with short adjectives and adverbs: Pedro is taller than Olga. Pedro es más alto que Olga. ->
mejor peor mayor menor Los comparativos irregulares Regular form Irregular form In most cases, these forms are considered ungrammatical or, at best, substandard. With inanimate things, however, más viejo is commonly used as the opposite of más nuevo . Mi coche es más viejo que tu coche.