Videos > Rule Number 46: Comparisons with Quam
We will take a break from our review of the ablative case to look a bit more closely at comparisons. We previously had learned about how the ablative case can be used to show comparison, but quam, meaning "than", is much more common and useful in this regard. This video covers all the uses of quam with the comparative, and is meant to be paired with rule number 45, on the ablative of comparison.
Published on March 30, 2020