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I give you a context: I am not good at maths and my friend, John is not also good at maths. Perhaps, we are at the same level in maths. He despises my maths.
So I wil say to him: 'You are no more good at maths than I am' or 'You are no better at maths than I am'
Could you suggest me a more appropriate sentence for the above context?
Thanks so much!
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I'm not sure what you meant by "He despises my maths". Can you explain?
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I meant that: he undervalues my ability of Maths although he is no better at Maths than I am