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    scott833 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Are these two sentences correct.

    1) The customer wants to get the same amount of chocolate as the one in this packet.
    2) The customer wants to get the equal weight of chocolate as the one in the packet.

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    Default Re: Are these two sentences correct.

    Not really. It's a long and awkward sentence that no one would ever use. I would suggest.

    The customer would like to buy the same amount of chocolate as this packet contains.

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