Making Comparisons

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The Comparative form

You create the comparative form of an adjective or an adverb by placing más (more) or menos (less) in front of it. In English the comparative is sometimes formed by adding the ending -er or by using the word more (or less). Spanish always uses the words more or less. Examples: The comparative form of a noun is created by using the words mejor (better) and peor (worse).

The Superlative form

You create the superlative form of an adjective by placing el/la más (the most) or el/la menos (the least) in front of it. Here are some examples: The superlative form of a noun is created by using the words mejor (better) and peor (worse).