- 4 Post By Rover_KE
- 2 Post By 5jj
1. She is as good a cook as me.
2. She is a cook as good as me.
I know the sentence 1 is fine, but I would like to ask whether if the second is OK or not.
No, that doesn't work.
We can say, "As a cook she's as good as I am", which has a slightly different meaning.
It could be used with a sarcastic negative meaning - "As a brain surgeon, Rover is as good as I am".
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