Learn Portuguese with Cris #96
Hello guys! I'm @crissimoes and this is my ninety sixth post here on @dsound. Are you ready for another class?
Today we are going to talk about Qualitative Adjectives in portuguese.
The Qualitative Adjectives, besides varying in gender and number, also vary in degree. When the adjective is in the normal degree, it only indicates the quality or character of the name without making comparisons or evaluations.
There are several degrees of adjectives, but today we will see only these three: Comparative Degree of Equality, Comparative Degree of Superiority and Comparative Degree of Inferiority.
In the Comparative Degree of Equality, we use the word "tão" (as).
For example: A Ana é tão alta como o João. - Ana is as tall as João.
In the Comparative Degree of Superiority, we use the word "mais" (more).
For example: O Filipe é mais divertido que a Maria. - Filipe is funnier than Maria.
In the Comparative Degree of Inferiority, we use the word "menos" (less).
For example: A Sara é menos simpática que a Margarida. - Sara is less friendly than Margarida.
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