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    colder than

    Please check out the following sentences. Which is acceptable?

    (1) The climate in New York is much colder than that in Taiwan.
    (2) The climate is much colder in New York than it is in Taiwan.

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    Re: colder than

    I would say "New York has a much colder climate than Taiwan."

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    Re: colder than

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post

    (1) The climate in New York is much colder than that in Taiwan.
    (2) The climateIt is much colder in New York than it is in Taiwan.
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