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"Más grande" is a phrase which is often translated as "bigger", and "es divertido" is a phrase which is often translated as "it's fun". Learn more about the difference between "más grande" and "es divertido" below.
más grande(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to express size or quantity)
a. bigger
Una montaña es más grande que una colina.A mountain is bigger than a hill.
b. larger
Quiero un filete más grande.I want a larger steak.
2. (used to express height)
a. taller
Pablito, qué bueno volver a verte. Tú estás más grande, ¿no?How good to see you again, Pablito. You're taller, aren't you?
3. (used to express age)
a. older
Deberías cuidar de tu hermana pequeña. Eres más grande que ella.You should take care of your little sister. You're older than her.
4. (used to express importance or intensity)
a. greater
Los franceses insisten en que Napoleón fue más grande que Julio César.The French insist that Napoleon was greater than Julius Caesar.
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es divertido(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (it's pleasant; third person singular)
a. it's fun
Ven a bailar salsa conmigo. Es divertido, te lo aseguro.Come dance salsa with me. It's fun, I'm telling you.
b. he's fun
Me gusta Alonso. Es divertido y muy guapo.I like Alonso. He's fun to be with and really handsome.
c. is fun
¡Patinar en hielo es divertido! Tú también deberías intentarlo.Ice skating is fun! You should try it too.
2. (it's comical; third person singular)
a. he's funny
¿Cómo es tu novio? Es divertido, aventurero e inteligente.How's your boyfriend like? He's funny, adventurous, and intelligent.
b. it's funny
Gabriel siempre cuenta el mismo chiste, pero al menos es divertido.Gabriel always tells the same joke, but at least it's funny.
c. is funny
El video del cantante que se cae en el escenario es divertido.The video where the singer falls on stage is funny.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(you're comical; second person singular)
a. you're funny
Usted es divertido, maestro. Por eso nos gustan sus clases.You're funny, teacher. That's why we love your classes.
b. you're fun
¡Qué buena historia! Es usted muy divertido, señor.That was a good story! You're fun, sir.
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