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    "Nowhere near" rules. Little help needed.

    Please explain what is the difference between:
    1. I'm nowhere near as skillful as Tom.
    2. I'm nowhere near skillful Tom is.
    3. Im nowhere near skillful as Tom is.
    4. I''m nowhere near skilled as Tom is.
    10x beforehand
    Last edited by Alex_Rusinov; 22-Oct-2010 at 09:56.

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    Re: "Nowhere near" rules. Little help needed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_Rusinov View Post
    Please explain what is the difference between:
    1. I'm nowhere near as skillful as Tom.
    2. I'm nowhere near skillful Tom is.
    3. Im nowhere near skillful as Tom is.
    4. I''m nowhere near skilled as Tom is.
    10x beforehand
    Only #1 is correct.

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