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    navi tasan is offline Key Member
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    Default a more complicated method than

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-This method is more complicated than anyone will be able to use.

    2-He has developped a more complicated method than anyone will be able to use.


    3-This machine is more sophisticated than anyone will learn to use.


    4-He has invented a more sophisticated machine than anyone will learn to use.


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    Default Re: a more complicated method than

    I think these are better:

    1-This method is too complicated for anyone to be able to use.

    2-He has developed a method tha is too complicated for anyone to be able to use.


    3-This machine is too sophisticated for anyone to learn to use.


    4-He has invented a machine that is too sophisticated for anyone to learn to use.

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