I think _____ is more fun to go to the movies with my friends than with my family.
(A) that (B) there (C) which (D) it
I think options B and D are both possible. Am I right?
If you use 'there' (which you can when you're talking generally) you need to use the construction 'there is more fun in <verb>ing...'. For example 'There is more fun in travellling than in reaching your destination.'
PS * Another alternative, interestingly is A with an added 'it'. So A => 'I think that it is...', or D => 'I think that it...' Not that interesting, really. Still...
Last edited by BobK; 09-Jan-2012 at 12:29.