Grammar

When comparing things and giving opinions, we often use comparatives adjectives to compare two things and superlative adjectives to compare more than two things.

  • The hotel was safer than the city streets
  • This holiday is more relaxing than my last holiday
  • It is the dullest place in town
  • It is the most isolated beach in the country
  • This restaurant is less elegant than the hotel restaurant
  • It was the least exciting day of our holiday

When describing and comparing things, we often use adjectives with (not) as …. as, too … or (not) … enough.

  • July is often as hot as August
  • The rooms in the hostel are too small for big families
  • Some tree houses are large enough for five people
  • The weather here is not pleasant enough in winter

Vocabulary

En inglésEn español
Adjectives
Calm
Dull
Elegant
Extraordinary
Frightening
Ideal
Isolated
Peaceful
Pleasant
Relaxing
Rough
Safe
Terrible
Wonderful

Calma
Aburrido
Elegante
Extraordinario
Aterrador
Ideal
Aislado
Pacífico
Agradable
Relajante
Áspero
Seguro
Terrible
Maravilloso
Geography
Canyon
Cliff
Coast
Coral reef
East
Field
Glacier
Ground
Harbour
North
Rainforest
Scenary
South
Stream
Swamp
West

Cañón
Acantilado
Costa
Arrecife de coral
Este
Campo
glaciar
Suelo
Puerto
norte
Selva
Paisaje
Sur
Corriente
Pantano
Oeste
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Alexandru Theodor Muntenas

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