Agreement in Comparative & Superlative

Updated: 3/19/2021
Agreement in Comparative & Superlative
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Spanish Comparative Lesson Plans

Spanish Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Lesson Plans by Lourdes Fernandez

Creating comparative and superlative expressions in Spanish is very similar to creating them in English. The biggest difference is a predictable one: treating Spanish adjectives like Spanish adjectives, meaning they are still placed after the noun and they still need to agree in gender and number with the nouns they describe. The following activities aim to help reinforce the basic construction of comparative and superlative expressions and engage students with visualizations of each concept.


Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

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Agreement in Comparative & Superlative Spanish adjectives

Storyboard Text

  • Comparative
  • Feminine + Singular
  • Masculine + Plural
  • La sirena es más bonita que el monstruo rojo.
  • Los chicos en la playa son menos estudiosos que los alumnos en la biblioteca.
  • Superlative
  • La silla más famosa del reino es el trono.
  • Los astronautas americanos son los más valiosos.