Sorry, but this car is very small. We need a much bigger one



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  1. Sorry, but this car is very small. We need a much BIGGER one.

  2. I'm afraid this shirt is far too big for me. Do you have a SMALLER one?

  3. We can go by car if there are four or five of us. It's so much CHEAPER. We'll only pay for the petrol.

  4. I have two sons. The OLDER is studying in the USA The other one is still at school.

  5. You speak too fast for me. Can you speak a bit MORE SLOWLY.

  6. “The situation is much WORSE than we thought.” “Yes, it's very serious.”

  7. Sylvia lives too far away! If she lived NEARER we could see each other more often.

  8. “It's much EASIER to learn Spanish in Spain than in London.” “Yes, I agree it's not so difficult.”

  9. Your daughter Margaret looks much HAPPIER today. Yesterday she was looking very sad.

  10. It's very cold in the kitchen. It's WARMER in the sitting-room with the heater on.

  11. This girl speaks French much BETTER than a year ago. She's learning fast.

  12. “It's much EASIER to learn a language as a child.” “Yes, it's not so difficult.”

  13. “Will you drive MORE SLOWLY, please? I'm afraid.” “Well, I'm not driving fast.”

  14. In the cellar of the house it's much COLDER than in the attic. It's very cold down there.

  15. This girl is much MORE BEAUTIFUL than the winner of the beauty contest. She should have entered.

  16. The Browns have two daughters. The OLDER is at university already. The other one is still at school.

  17. The au pair girl, Carmen, speaks English much BETTER than a year ago. She speaks very fluently now.

  18. This house is much BIGGER than the one we saw yesterday. That one wasn't very big.

  19. Eating at home is much CHEAPER than going to a restaurant. In a restaurant it's very expensive.

  20. This game isn't complicated. It's EASIER / SIMPLER than you think.

  21. Our house is much FARTHER away than yours. We still have to walk another mile.

  22. I feel much _______ today than yesterday. Yesterday I wasn't feeling very well.

  23. If you spoke MORE SLOWLY I would understand you much better. Don't speak so fast.

  24. This book is boring. I am going to get a MORE INTERESTING one.

  25. This little girl is much PRETTIER than those. Those aren't very pretty.

  26. If you had a map you would find your way much MORE EASILY. You wouldn't get lost.

  27. That woman, Mrs. Robins, is much OLDER than she looks. She doesn't look very old.

  28. Learning something is much MORE BORING than having a good time.

  29. You know this town much BETTER than I do. I don't know it very well.

  30. Ours is bad, but yours is much WORSE. Yours is very bad indeed.

  31. Errol is my ELDER brother. He is four years OLDER than me. He is 20 and I'm 16.

  32. This girl is only 18, but her boyfriend is much OLDER. He is 27.

  33. “Do you feel BETTER?” “No, on the contrary, I feel much WORSE. I feel horrible.”

  34. This affair is much WORSE / MORE DIFFICULT than I thought. It's very complicated.

  35. You'd get a rise much MORE EASILY if you worked harder. You'd get a rise very easily.

  36. If you drove MORE SLOWLY I would feel safer. I don't feel safe now because you drive fast.

  37. This whisky is much MORE EXPENSIVE than the one we make in our country. Ours is very cheap.

  38. If you did that FASTER I would feel more confident. You do it too slowly.

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  1. La pluma es más fuerte que la espada

THE PEN IS MIGHTIER / MORE POWERFUL TAN THE SWORD

  1. Él tiene más libros que tú, pero menos que su hermana.

HE HAS MORE BOOKS THAN YOU BUT LESS THAN HIS SISTER

  1. La impresora del instituto era tan lenta...

THE PRINTER AT SCHOOL WAS SO SLOW …

  1. Aprender los números era mucho más fácil que las letras.

LEARNING THE NUMBERS WAS MUCH EASIER TRHAN THE LETTERS

  1. Los alumnos de este año eran más brillantes, pero bastante menos trabajadores (hard-working).

TGHE STUDENTS THIS YEAR WERE MORE BRILLIANT, BUT QUITE LESS HARD-WORKING

  1. Mi equipo fue el mejor de toda la liga, pero no fue el que más goles margó.

MY TEAM WAS TDHE BEST IN THE LEAGUE, BUT IT WASN’T THE ONW WHICH SCORE THE MOST GOALS

  1. Ahora se venden menos CDs que hace un año.

NOW THEY SELL LESS CDs THAN A YEAR AGO

NOW LESS CDs ARE SOLD THAN A YEAR AGO



  1. Esta bici es menos pesada que la tuya.

THIS BIKE IS LESS HEAVY THAN YOURS

  1. Aquel hombre era tan gordo que se caía de la cama por los dos lados a la vez.

THAT MAN WAS SO FAT THAT HE FELL OFF THE BED ON BOTH SIDES AT THE SAME TIME

  1. Yo no creo que esa historia sea tan divertida.

I DON’T THINK THAT STORY IS SO FUNNY

I DON’T FIND THAT STORY SO FUNNY



  1. No tengo suficiente dinero. Tengo que ir al banco, y es demasiado tarde.

I DON’T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY. I HAVE TO GO TO THE BANK AND IT IS TOO LATE

I HAVEN’T GOT …



  1. Le gusta oír música muy alta. - Sí, demasiado alta.

HE LIKES LISTENING TO VERY LOUD MUSIC. YES, TOO LOUD

  1. Mi diccionario tiene más palabras que el tuyo.

MY DICTIONARY HAS MORE WORDS THAN YOURS

  1. La música clásica es más melodiosa que la heavy.

CLASSICAL MUSIC IS MORE MELODIOUS THAN HEAVY

  1. La música pop es bastante más tranquila que el rock duro.

POP MUSIC IS CALMER THAN HARD ROCK

  1. A veces la música de coro es más animada que la clásica.

SOMETIMES CHOIR MUSIC IS MORE LIVELY THAN CLASSICAL

  1. Me gusta más la música contemporánea.

I LIKE CONTEMPORARY MUSIC BETTER

  1. Mi grupo favorito es muy popular, pero no tanto como Shakira.

MY FAVORITE GROUP IS VERY POPULAR, BUT NOT SO MUCH AS SHAKIRA

  1. Esta música es más rítmica que la música ambiental.

THIS MUSIC IS MORE RHYTHMIC THAN AMBIANCE MUSIC

  1. Es más fácil compra on line que en una tienda real. - Sí, pero es más caro

IT IS EASIER TO SHOP ONLINE THAN IN A REAL SHOP. – YES, BUT IT IS MORE EXPENSIVE

  1. Mi antigua tele era más pesada que la nueva.

MY OLD TV WAS HEAVIER TAN THE NEW ONE

  1. Toro no es tan ruidoso como Zamora, y generalmente la gente es más agradable.

TORO IS NOT AS NOISY AS ZAMORA, AN PEOPLE ARE GENERALLY NICER / FRIENDLIER

  1. Este modelo es más “fashion” (treny) que los vaqueros, pero los vaqueros son más cómodos.

THIS MODEL IS TRENDIER THAN THE JEANS, BUT THE JEANS ARE MORE COMFORTABLE

  1. Esta camiseta no es suficientemente “fashion”. Deberías ponerte una camiseta con más color.

THIS T-SHIRT IS NOT TRENDY ENOUGH. YOU SHOULD PUT ON / WEAR A MORE COLORFUL ONE.

  1. Aquel chico es raro, pero su ropa es más rara todavía.

THAT BUY IS WEIRD, BUT HIS CLOTHES ARE WEIRDER

  1. La ropa de esta tienda es la más anticuada de toda la ciudad.

THE CLOTHES IS THAT SHOP ARE THE MOST OLD-FASHINED ONES IN THE WHOLE CITY.

  1. Mi MP5 es más guay que cualquier móvil.

MY MP5 IS COOLER THAN ANY CELL PHONE

  1. La comida de O’Connell’s es mejor que la de tu madre.

THE FOOD AT O’CONNELL’S IS BETTER THAN YOUR MOTHER’S

  1. Los libros siempre son peores y más aburridos que las pelis.

BOOKS ARE ALWAUS WORSE AND MORE BORING THAN MOVIES

  1. Esa camiseta es demasiado corta. Necesitas una más larga.

THAT T-SHIRT IS TOO SHORT. YOU NEED A LONGER ONE

  1. Creo que Burger Ping es tan malo como O’Connell’s.

I THINK BURGER PING IS AS BAD AS O’CONNELL’S

  1. Esa sartén es demasiado pequeña. ¿No tienes una suficientemente grande para hacer una tortilla?

THAT FRYING PAN IS TOO SMALL. DON’T YOU HAVE /HAVEN’T YOU GOT ONE BIG ENOUGH TO MAKE AN OMELETTE?

  1. No me importa pagar la comida, pero hoy no tengo suficiente dinero.

I DONH’T MIND PAYING FOR THE FOOD, BUT I HAVEN’T GOT ENOUGH MONEY TODAY

  1. El metro es menos seguro que el autobús, pero es más rápido y más limpio.

THE SUBWAY IS LESS SAFE THAN THE BUS, BUT IS IS FASTER AND CLEANER.

  1. No tenemos suficientes cuchillos para todos.

WE DON’T HAVE ENOUGH KNIVES FOR EVERYBODY

  1. La lunchera es demasiado estrecha. Coge menos galletas.

THE LUNCHBOX IS TOO NARROW. TAKE LESS COOKIES

  1. Me gusta comprar en Pepe’s. Tiene la ropa más fashion de toda la ciudad.

I LIKE BUYING AT PEPE’S. THEY’VE GOT THE TRENDIEST CLOTHES IN TOWN

  1. En Zamora el otoño es el más lluvioso y frío de España.

AUTUMN IN ZAMORA IS THE RAINIESTG AND COLDEST IN SPAIN

  1. Me encanta Disneyworld. Tiene las atracciones más divertidas del mundo.

I LOVE DISNEYWORLD. THEY’VE GOT THE FUNNIEST RIDES IN THE WORLD

  1. Odio esta historia. Sus personajes son los más asquerosos que he visto.

I HATE THIS STORY. ITS CHARACTERS ARE THE MOST DISGUSTING I’VE EVER SEEN

  1. Me gustan más las patatas fritas de bolsa que las de casa.

I LIKE CRISPS BETTER THAN CHIPS (BrE)

I LIKE CHIPS BETTER THAN FRIES (AmE)



  1. Me madre hace las mejores patatas fritas del mundo, pero sus huevos fritos son los peores.

MY MOTHER MAKES THE BEST FRIES IN THE WORLD, BUT HER FRIDD EGGS ARE THE WORST

  1. Estas cucharas son las más antiguas de esa zona.

THESE SPOONS ARE THE OLDEST IN THAT AREA.

  1. Compara Toro y Zamora: Toro es más pequeño que Zamora. El vino de Toro es mucho mejor que el de Zamora)

TORO IS SMALLER THAN ZAMORA. THE WINE FROM TORO IS MUCH BETTER THAN THE ONE FROM ZAMORA

  1. Compara una rosa y un brécol: la rosa es más bonita que el brécol; el brécol sabe mejor que la rosa

A ROSE IS MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN BROCCOLI; BROCCOLI TASTES BETTER THAN A ROSE

  1. Compara los móviles de ahora y los de hace diez años: los móviles modernos son mucho más pequeños que los de antes. Los móviles antiguos tenían muchas menos apps que los de ahora.

MODERN CELLS ARE MUCH SMALLER THAN THE OLD ONES. OLD CELLS HAD MANY LESS APPS THAN NOW

  1. Este libro es muy aburrido. Es el libro más aburrido que he leído nunca.

THIS BOOK IS VERY BORING. IT IS THE MOST BORING BOOK THAT I HAVE EVER READ

  1. Dice que ha escalado la montaña más alta del mundo, pero yo creo que miente.

HE SAYS THAT HE WAS CLIMBED THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN IN THE WORKD, BUT I THINK HE IS LYING

  1. El tío más afortunado del pueblo vive aquí.

THE LUCKIEST MAN IN TOWN LIVES HERE

  1. Cuanto más oscuro sea el color más bonito es.

THE DARKER THE COLOR (IS) THE MORE BEAUTIFUL (IT IS)

  1. Cuanto más pequeña sea la planta mejor.

THE SMALLER THA PLANT IS THE BETTER

  1. Cuanto más aburrida sea la conferencia menos gente irá.

THE MOST BORING THE CONFERENCE IS THE LESS PEOPLE WILL ATTEND / GO

  1. Cuanto más trabajes más dinero ganarás.

THE MORE YOU WORK THE MORE MONEY YOU WILL MAKE

  1. Cuanto más alta era la música más gritaban mis amigos.

THE LOUDER THE MUSIC WAS / GOT THE MORE MY FRIENDS SHOUTED

  1. Cuanto más altos eran los precios menos compraba la gente.

THE HIGHER THE PRICES GOT THE LESS PEOPLE BOUGHT

  1. Cuanto más uso esa taza más oscura se pone.

THE MORE I USE THAT MUG THE DARKER IT GETS

  1. Cuanto más colorida es una camiseta más fashion parece.

THE MORE COLORFUL A T-SHIRT IS THE TRENDIER IT LOOKS

  1. Cuanto más feo sea el logo más guay parece.

THE UGLIER THE LOGO IS THE COOLER IT SEEMS

  1. Cuanto más pequeño sea el móvil más caro saldrá.

THE SMALLER A CELL IS THE MORE EXPENSIVE IT WILL BE

  1. Cuantos más libros tengas más grande será la estantería.

THE MORE BOOKS YOU HAVE THE BIGGER / LARGER THE SHELF WILL BE

  1. Cuanto más rápido corras antes llegarás.

THE FASTGER YOU RUN THE SOONER YOU’LL VET THERE

  1. Cuanto más conozco a los hombres más quiero a mi perro.

THE MORE I KNOW MEN THE MORE I LOVE MY DOG

  1. Cuanto más bonito sea el envoltorio más cutre será el regalo.

THE MORE BEAUTIFUL THE PACKING / WRAPING IS THE SHITTIER THE PRESENT WILL BE

  1. El conocimiento informático es cada vez más importante.

COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE IS GETTING MORE AND MORE IMPORTANT

  1. Cuando nació era muy mono, pero al crecer se fue hacierdo cada vez más feo.

WHEN HE WAS BORN HE WAS VERY CUTE, BUT AS HE GREW HE GOT UGLIER AND UGLIER

  1. Los empleados de esa tienda eran cada vez más bordes (rude).

THE ATTENDANTS AT THAT SHOP WERE MORE AND MORE RUDE (no, no se hace con “-er”)

  1. Al principio no me gustaba mucho, pero la conversación se fue haciendo cada vez más interesante.

IN THE BEGINNING I DIDN’T LIKE IT MUCH, BUT THE CONVERSATION GOT MORE AND MORE INTERESTING
COMPARATIVE STRUCTURES • AS ... AS • MORE AND MORE

  1. Traffic on the roads is getting (bad) WORSE and WORSE every day.

  2. The (expensive) MORE EXPENSIVE he bought it the (cheap) CHEAPER he sold it. I couldn't understand it.

  3. The whole affair is getting MORE and MORE complicated.

  4. This man is making a fortune. He's getting (rich) RICHER and RICHER every day.

  5. I am not AS rich AS you are, but I am AS intelligent AS you are.

  6. That man is very ambitious. The MORE he has the MORE he wants.

  7. Many other nations don't work AS hard AS we do in this country.

  8. The MORE money he had the (mean) MEANER the old man became.

  9. You can eat and drink AS much AS you like. It's all free.

  10. I don't know but this case seems to be becoming (heavy) HEAVIER and HEAVIER.

  11. Carmen speaks English MORE and MORE fluently every day.

  12. The hole in the wall is getting (big) BIGGER and BIGGER.

  13. This man is very lazy. He works (little) LESS and LESS every day.

  14. This girl is getting (pretty) PRETTIER and PRETTIER every day.

  15. The aeroplane flew (high) HIGHER and HIGHER above the clouds.

  16. My children learn MORE and MORE things at school every day.

  17. The (cheap) CHEAPER he bought things, the MORE expensive he sold them.

  18. The MORE I learn the MKORE I realize I know.

  19. Sometimes it seems that the (fast) FASTER you run the (little) LESS you advance.

  20. You eat too much. The MORE you eat the (fat) FATTER you get.

  21. In summer the (hot) HOTTER it is, the MORE people drink.

  22. In winter the (cold) COLDER it is the MORE clothes people wear.

  23. It was spring and the days were getting (long) LONGER and LONGER.

  24. Winter was approaching and days were getting (short) SHORTER and SHORTER.

  25. This boy of yours is getting (tall) TALLER and TALLER every day.

  26. This little girl is getting MORE and MORE curious every day.

  27. That athlete runs (fast) FASTER and FASTER every day.

  28. Things are getting (easy) EASIER and EASIER every day thank goodness!

  29. I'm afraid that things are getting MORE and MORE difficult as time passes.

  30. Many countries are getting (poor) POOER and POORER every year.

  31. I work 12 hours a day, but incredibly enough the MORE I work the LESS money I have.

  32. Unfortunately, sometimes the MORE you try to do something the LESS you achieve.

  33. Usually, the MORE an athlete trains the MORE tired he gets.

  34. The (long) LONGER the days, the MORE time you can spend walking about.

  35. “It's nice and warm.” “Yes, the weather is getting (warm) WARMER and WARMER.

  36. The (short) SHORTER the nights are the LESS time one spends in bed.

  37. That girl's English is not AS good AS her brother's.

  38. Usually the MORE money people earn the MORE they spend.


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