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COMPARISON 03

In COMPARISON 01 you learned about 'more than', 'less than', and in COMPARISON 02 we mixed in a bit more about 'quantity' ('autant' - 'as much', 'as many'). What about if you want to say something is 'the same'? For this we use 'même' (or 'mêmes' in the plural).

the same prices les mêmes prix the same price as last week le même prix que la semaine passée

If, though, you wanted to say 'similar', this one ('pareil') goes *after* the noun.

a similar pair of jeans un jean pareil a similar pair of overalls une blouse pareille

Translating 'such' ('tel', 'telle', 'tels', 'telles') is slightly different. In English this goes even before the 'article' (eg 'such a man') ... but in French it goes *after* the article, and before the noun. So we have:

such a man un tel homme (not to be confused with) Such a pity! Quel dommage!

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