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    Default approach

    Hi

    1. I like his approach.
    2. I like this approach of his.

    --- Are both correct and mean the same?

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    Default Re: approach

    1. I like his approach.
    2. I like this approach of his.

    --- Are both correct and mean the same?
    Yep, pretty much.

    Greg

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    Default Re: approach

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    1. I like his approach.
    2. I like this approach of his.

    --- Are both correct and mean the same?
    1. Means that you like his approach in general.
    2. Means that you like the approach that he has to a particular thing, or at a particular time.

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    Default Re: approach

    Agreed. But the first is more plain, the second shows some bemusement with the approach -- like it's unusual, but I like it.

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