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1. Comparison of InequalityComparison of Inequality < or > -Comparison of Inequality in English -Comparison of Inequality in Spanish -Practice exercises -Translation exercises
2. Comparison of Inequality < or > What is a comparison of Inequality in English? • It’s when you compare two things. Index
3. Pez ElefanteThe elephant is bigger than the fish.El elefante es más grande que el pez.
4. Pez ElefanteThe fish is less big than the elephant.El pez es menos grande que el elefante.
5. perro gato The cat is calmer than the dog.El gato es más tranquilo que el perro.
6. perro gato The dog is less calm than the cat.El perro es menos tranquilo que el gato.
7. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish When you want to express more (er)…than in Spanish you use the expression más...que. Lance is taller than Felipe. Lance es más alto que Felipe. Index
8. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish When you want to express more (er)…than in Spanish you use the expression más...que. Ana is taller than Susana. Ana es más alta que Susana. alta Remember that there needs to be agreement when using adjectives. Index
9. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish When you want to express less … than in Spanish you use the expression menos...que. Cats are less friendly than dogs. Los gatos son menos amistosos que los perros. Index
10. Translate into Spanish Fred is taller than Felipe. más queFred es ______ alto ________Felipe.
11. Translate into Spanish Susana and Ana are taller than Kevin. más queSusana y Ana son ______ altas ________Kevin.
12. Translate into Spanish My brother is less intelligent than my brother.Mi hermano es _____ inteligente que hermano. menos ___mi
13. Translate into Spanish Carmen Electra is prettier than Britney Spears. más queCarmen Electra es _____ bonita ___ BritneySpears.
14. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, más…que and menos…que can be used with nouns. There are more cats than dogs. Hay más gatos que perros. Index
15. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, más…que and menos…que can be used with nouns. There are fewer pencils than pens. Hay menos lápices que plumas. Index
16. Comparison of Inequality in Spanish Both constructions, más…que and menos…que can be used with infinitives that function as nouns. I like to swim more than to study. Me gusta nadar más que estudiar. Index
17. Translate into Spanish There are more boys than girls. más queHay ______ chicos ________chicas.
18. Translate into Spanish There are fewer teachers than students. menos queHay ______ profesores ________estudiantes.
19. Translate into Spanish There are fewer schools than jails. menos queHay ______ escuelas ________ cárceles.
20. Translate into Spanish We want to swim more than to eat. más queQueremos nadar ______ _____ comer.
21. Translate from English to Spanish. > Fred is taller than Ana. Fred es más alto que Ana. Index
22. <•There are fewer (less) books thanstudents.•Hay menos libros que estudiantes. Index
23. >•Baseball is more fun than football.•El béisbol es más divertido que elfútbol. Index
24. >•Televisión es more interesting than school.•La televisión es más interesante quela escuela. Index
25. >•Felipe is sadder than Miguel.•Felipe está más triste que Miguel. Index
26. <•María is less tired than Edweena.•María está menos cansada queEdweena. Index
27. <•She likes swimming less than running.•Le gusta nadar menos que correr. Index
28. <•There are fewer cats than dogs.•Hay menos gatos que perros. Index