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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. just as
Prefiero esta silla. Es igual de bonita, pero mucho más cómoda.I prefer this chair. It's just as beautiful, but much more comfortable.
Su hermano me gusta más que él. Es igual de inteligente, pero más guapo.I like his brother more than him. He's as intelligent, but more handsome.
c. just as ... as
Me gusta mucho ese autor. Su último libro es igual de interesante que todos sus anteriores.I really like that author. His last book is just as interensting as all his previous ones.
d. as ... as
Miguel está igual de alto que su hermano, aunque tiene dos años menos.Miguel is as tall as his brother, even though he's two years younger.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Las dos montañas son igual de altas.Both mountains are the same height.
¿Qué vestido te vas a comprar? - No lo sé porque los tres son igual de elegantes.Which dress are you buying? - I don't know because all three are equally elegant.
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