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    Default I would speak better English vs I would speak English better

    Hi everyone,
    could you please tell me which version is correct? I'm kind of confused right now.
    The sentence starts with:
    If I lived in London, I would ....


    Thank you!!!

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    Default Re: I would speak better English vs I would speak English better

    Quote Originally Posted by molla222 View Post
    Hi everyone,
    could you please tell me which version is correct? I'm kind of confused right now.
    The sentence starts with:
    If I lived in London, I would ....


    Thank you!!!
    They are both correct.

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