Regarding your revisions for GCSEs, you may have to review the chapter about quantifiers and intensifiers in Spanish.
In Spanish, there are several words that can be used to intensify (boost the meaning) or quantify (referring to the number or amount) the meaning of other words. Intensifiers are not the same as comparatives and superlatives. [...]
Quantifiers and intensifiers in Spanish are words that are made to nuance your sentences. They either refer to the quantity or the intensity of other words of the sentence. They can be associated with a number of other grammatical words in a sentence and do not have the same meaning or use as the comparatives for example.
To learn how to recognize and use quantifiers and intensifiers, read this Spanish lesson written by a teacher. After registering on digiSchool Documents, you will be able to download it for free. You will also have access to many other Spanish documents.
Comparatives compare one person or thing to another. Intensifiers have a different function. The adjective modified by an intensifier stands alone.
Below are three examples of quantifiers.
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