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01 Comparisons (part 2) – Irregulars

Hola. In this lesson, we’re continuing our series on comparisons. So far we have learned how to compare most things that are unequal. In this video, we’ll be going over a few more ways to compare unequal things with some irregular comparisons.


Leave any questions or comments below!

Or practice your own sentences with irregular comparisons.

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01 irregular comparisons

Useful verb:

01 present tense - ser


  • con – with
  • de – of, from
  • dos – two
  • en – in, on, at
  • el ajedrez – the chess
  • el baño – the bathroom
  • el Delfín – the dolphin
  • el equipo – the team
  • el hermano – the brother
  • el jugo – the juice
  • ella – she / her
  • español – Spanish
  • inglés – English
  • jugar fútbol – to play soccer
  • la(s) clase(s) – the class(es)
  • la maestra – the (female) teacher
  • la opinión – the opinion
  • las chicas – the girls
  • las hermanas – the sisters
  • las manzanas – the apples
  • las matemáticas – math
  • los amigos – the friends
  • los deportes – the sports
  • los libros – the books
  • los padres – the parents
  • los papás – the parents
  • las películas – the movies
  • los refrescos – the sodas
  • mi(s) – my
  • negro – black
  • normalmente – normally
  • nuestro – our
  • otro – other
  • para – for
  • ¿Quién? – Who?
  • rojo – red
  • solo – only
  • su(s) – his, her, their
  • tu(s) – your
  • una casa – a house
  • uno – one
  • vivir – to live

Related videos:

  1. ¿Cómo eres? – Describing your personality
  2. ¿Cómo eres? – Describing your personality (part 2)
  3. Present Tense – Estar + emotions
  4. Descripciones físicas
  5. Present Tense: Ser + descriptions and physical characteristics
  6. Comparisons – Unequal comparisons (más/menos __ que)
  7. Comparisons (part 3) – tan ___ como 

4 Responses

  1. Gosh! I’m amazed how helpful these videos are. I’m an older Spanish student and these videos are motivating and make the concepts simple.

  2. As a fellow Spanish teacher, I want to thank you very much for having made all these really great videos! They’re clear, user-friendly, and the green screen / graphics thing you’ve done is really effective. Thank you for making them available to everybody. I really appreciate that I don’t have to make my own!

    I do wish, though, that you would make the graphics for the VOSOTROS form clearer. Sometimes the background and text colors are both dark enough so that that form is hard to make out.

    I teach my kids vosotros, because the changing economy and globalization in general make it increasingly likely they’ll work in Spain or work with Spaniards—but also because I encourage them to become world travelers who WILL visit or study in Spain someday, and will be glad the vosotros form is at least familiar enough so it won’t throw them. (In 7 years of teaching, two of my students (that I know of) actually have gone to study in Spain for a year.) I also encourage my students to connect with their own families’ (mostly European) immigrant roots, and making Spain seem a little more accessible to them helps in that regard, too—but then, that would depend on the particular student population.

    Anyway, thanks again for the wonderful videos!

    Thank you again for

  3. Hola!
    Tengo una pregunta 🙂 Podemos decir la frase “Raúl es su hermano mayor” como “Raúl es hermano mayor de ella” o no?

  4. “Janet’s sisters are younger than her.” No. It should be “Janet’s sisters are younger than she (is).” Does this change the was it is said in Spanish?
    You do a great job!

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