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    Default As short an interview as it was,

    As short an interview as it was, I was able to learn a lot.

    As short as the interview was, I was able to learn a lot.

    Are these grammatical?

    If not, how should I fix it? Is there a way to use "as ~ as" to mean "although" for the sentence?

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    Default Re: As short an interview as it was,

    Quote Originally Posted by rainous View Post
    As short an interview as it was, I was able to learn a lot.

    As short as the interview was, I was able to learn a lot.

    Are these grammatical?

    If not, how should I fix it? Is there a way to use "as ~ as" to mean "although" for the sentence?
    The second one is good.

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