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Comparing in French

Comparing in French

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Comparing in French - How do you use comparatives and superlatives in French?

Comparatives and superlatives are used to convey the idea of comparing two things or two ideas. Examples in English are: more, more than, less, less than, as much as, as many, the most, the least …

Examples

From French to English

  • Je suis plus grande que lui.
    • I’m taller than he is.
  • On mange moins en France.
    • We eat less in France.
  • C’est le plus beau jour de ma vie.
    • It’s the happiest day of my life.

From English to French

  • The more it rains, the less I go out.
    •  Plus il pleut, moins je sors.
  • I love you more and more.
    •   Je t’aime de plus en plus.
  • The more tutorials I take with FRENCH ETC., the more I speak good French.
    • Plus je prends des cours avec FRENCH ETC., plus je parle bien français.

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