- 1 Post By Anglika
more... to me
It meant more than flying to me.
It was more than flying to me
It meant to me more than the flying
Which use is proper English. And are these 3 sentences mean the same or is there slight diffrences...
Re: more... to me
The first two are fine and acceptable. The difference in meaning between them is that the first indicates your emotional response, the second only indicates that something was in comparison more than something else.
The third is convoluted grammar and I would only expect to meet it in a poetical context.
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