Tuesday, April 24, 2018

More Than / Less Than

Day 227 of My Italian Learning Journal*

Periodically I refer to an Italian language book from my collection -- not only for motivation but also for review of language points I have forgotten. I came across the Italian expressions for "more than" and "less than." These two expressions are worth reviewing and practicing once again. (Grammar corrections for my practice Italian script below are welcome.)

Ascolta Questo:
  • Il vestito costa più della maglia.
    The dress costs more than the shirt.
  • La maglietta costa meno del vestito.
    The shirt costs less than the dress.
  • Jim ha più soldi di Bill.
    Jim has more money than Bill.
  • Bill ha meno soldi di Jim.
    Bill has less money than Jim.

Alla prossima!

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*Note: This is my personal journal of daily practice in learning Italian. I welcome Italian grammar corrections. Grazie.

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