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Mini-Lessons - Equalities and Inequalities - Next Lesson
See the below examples of how to form equality and inequality sentences,
then see if you can find equality and inequality statements in the sentence flashcards below!
tan + adjective (adverb) + como
El libro es tan bueno como la película.
The book is as good as the movie.
tanto(-a,-os,-as) + noun + como
Juan tiene tanto dinero como María.
Juan has as much money as María.
verb + tanto + como
Las naranjas cuestan tanto como las manzanas.
Oranges cost the same as apples.
verb + tan + adjective (masculine form) + como
El niño juega tan poco como la niña.
The boy plays as little as the girl.
más (menos) + adjective + que
Tú eres más alto que yo.
You are taller than I.
más (menos) + noun + que
Tengo menos libros que Arsenio.
I have fewer books than Arsenio.