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Spanish comparatives and superlatives are fairly simple. Comparatives are the comparison of one thing to another (more, less, or as), while superlatives indicate that one person/thing is the most, best, least, or worst in comparison to others.
When a Spanish word has two vowels side by side, various pronunciation issues come into play: syllable division, diphthongs, and hiatus. In terms of syllable division, Spanish vowels are divided into two categories: strong and weak. To pronounce Spanish correctly, you need to understand strong and weak vowels and how they affect pronunciation.