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as distinguished from
Is the following sentence correct grammatically?
He likes reading books as distinguished from her who likes dancing in night clubs.
Re: as distinguished from
That is a very wordy and unnatural sentence. If you want to keep the same structure and words (I'm not sure why you would!), then I would say, if I had to:
Originally Posted by Mad-ox
He likes reading books as distinguised from she, who likes dancing in night clubs.
I would be much more likely to say:
He likes reading books whereas she prefers to go to nightclubs.
Tom likes reading [books] as opposed to Sarah, who likes going clubbing.
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