Learn how to use comparatives in Spanish with the adjectives from last podcast.
Rob: Spanish Obsessed Spanish from scratch, number eleven. Hola Lis!
Lis: Hola Rob!
Rob: ¿Que tal estás?
Lis: Muy bien, muy contenta, ya es viernes.
Rob: Muy contenta, ya es viernes. Very happy, because it’s Friday. And what are we doing this next week?
Lis: We are going to be in France
Rob: Yeah, 00:30 we’re off to France next week, and that’s going to be great. Anyway, let’s not get distracted. Today we’re going to carry on from our previous podcast which was about adjectives, we’re going to use those adjectives to make comparisons. So we’re going to talk about how something has, or is, more or less than something else. So to start with, see if you can understand the following sentences.
Lis: Londres es más grande que Madrid 1:00 .
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