Comparatives are used to compare two things and say one thing is bigger, smaller, better, etc than the other. For example:
This is how to form comparatives:
The adjectives good, bad, old and young have their own special comparative form in Spanish. In these cases, it is not necessary to include más or menos:
mejor (que) - better (than)
peor (que) - worse (than)
mayor (que) - older (than)
menor (que) - younger (than)
eg mi coche es mejor que tu bicicleta (my car is better than your bike), mis amigos son mayores que yo (my friends are younger than me).
Comparatives can also describe how similar two things are, eg la película es tan interesante como el libro (the film is as interesting as the book) by using this structure:
Translate these sentences into English.