“AS … AS “
“As…as” es la otra forma de hacer comparaciones.
Hay 4 posibilidades:
|1) as + adjetivo + as|
|Chocolate ice cream is a good as strawberry ice cream.||El helado de chocolate es tan bueno como el helado de fresa.|
|2) as + adverbio + as|
|He doesn’t speak as slowly as the doorman.||El no habla tan lentamente como el portero.|
|3) as + much + (nombre no contable) + as|
|I don’t drink as much as you.||No bebo tanto como tu.|
|I don’t drink as much wine as you.||No bebo tanto vino como tu.|
|4) as + many + (nombre contable) +as|
|You don’t have as many as me.||No tienes tantos como yo.|
|You don’t have as many CDs as me.||No tienes tantos compacts como yo.|
Use “as…as” to compare equivalent aspects of quality (adjective) or of manner (adverb) of two items.
The apple is as heavy as the orange.
The apple is as light as the orange.
This car drives as fast as the other car.
This car drives as slowly as the other car.
To show no difference: as much as , as many as, as few as, as little as
- as many as / as few as + countable nouns
- as much as / as little as + uncountable nouns