Josh
Muy, Mas y Mucho A lot of, more and more? When do I use each one? I read a lot of poems. "Leo muchas poemas" o "Leo muy poemas?" More beer please! "Mas cerveza, por favor" o "Muchas cerveza, por favor?" I read more than her. "Leo mas al ella" o "Leo mucho al ella?" Gracias :)
Mar 16, 2014 9:25 PM
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the vast majority of the time you can simply use them like this: muy = very mas = more mucho = much/a lot/many
March 17, 2014
I agree with James B! Therefore, yes, "leo muchos poemas", "más cerveza, por favor" and "leo más que ella". Remember that MÁS has accent!!!!
March 17, 2014
read a lot of poems. "Leo muchas poemas" More beer please! "Mas cerveza, por favor" I read more THAN her. "Leo mas QUE ella" Than is used to compare, for example: I am more thin than him I hope you have server my clarification.Greetings from Chile
March 16, 2014
Hola Josh... Muy (too) for example Too late... too early... Mas (more) for example gimme more! Mucho (lot of) i have a lot of money. Hope this help u Josh :)
March 26, 2014
Thank you so much for all the comments!!!
March 18, 2014
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