Albert Einstein es más inteligente que Homer Simpson.

Modelo

(inteligente) Albert Einstein / Homer Simpson

Albert Einstein es más inteligente que Homer Simpson.

1.

(famoso) Mariah Carey / mi hermana

2.

(difícil) estudiar química orgánica / leer una novela

3.

(malo) el tiempo en Boston / el tiempo en Florida

4.

(barato) los restaurantes elegantes / los restaurantes de comida rápida

5.

(viejo) mi abuelo / mi sobrino

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2 – Lo obvio

Your friend Francisco’s opinions are always painfully obvious. Write his opinions using the cues and the comparative form of the adjectives in parentheses. Remember that some adjectives have irregular comparative forms.

3 Answers

  • (noun A) es más (adjective) que (noun B)

    The adjective has to match with the noun A in gender (fem. or masc.) and number (sg. or pl.)

    1. Mariah Carey es más famosa que mi hermana.

      1. Estudiar química orgánica es más difícil que leer una novela

      2. El tiempo en Boston es más malo que el tiempo en Florida.

      3. Los restaurantes elegantes son más baratos que los restaurantes de comida rápida

      4. Mi abuelo es más viejo que mi sobrino.

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

    I need help with my Spanish homework,?

  • What help do you need? Look at your model. [First name] es mas [adjective] que [second name]. Where are you having trouble using the words in exactly the same order as the corresponding words in the example?

  • You surely do.

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