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25 Cards in this Set

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The house is the biggest.
La casa es la más grande.
Teresa and Isabel are the most popular.
Teresa e Isabel son las más populares.
Pascual y Felipe are the least active.
Pascual y Felipe son los menos activos.
It is the most difficult class.
Es la clase más difícil.
The biggest apartment is the first one.
El apartamento más grande es el primero.
Roberto is the nicest person in the class.
Roberto es la persona más simpáticas de la clase.
The house is the most expensive in the city.
La casa es la más caro de la ciudad.
How do you say "the oldest"
el mayor
How do you say "the youngest"
la menor
How do you say "the best"
el mejor
How do you say "the worst"
la peor
How do you say "very very" something.
Use estar and then the adjective with -ísimo added to it.
How do you say I am very very nervous.
Estoy nerviosísimo.
When is ser used?
physical characteristics, essential traits and qualities, personality, inherent characteristics
When is estar used?
apparent appearance, taste, and physical state of being, behavior that varies from what is normally expected, conditions.
How doy ou say "Carlos is (looks) thin"
Carlos está delgado.
How do you say "The paella is (tastes) delicious"
La paella está deliciosa.
How do you say "The building is tall"
El edificio es alto.
How do you say "Paellas are delicious"
Las paellas son deliciosa.
How would you say "He is working"
El está trabajando.
How would you say "They are dancing"
Están bailando.
How would you say "I'm writing a letter."
Estoy escribiendo una carta.
everyone, everybody
todo el mundo
no one, nobody