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    form of a conjunction

    I saw the following sentence online. Is it correct? Can the word group "similar to the way that" be used as a conjunction? Thank you very much.

    "My brother is enthralled by birds similar to the way that I am fascinated by insects."

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    Re: form of a conjunction

    Nonstandard.

    --> in the same way that..., just as...

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