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    Default The floor [is/ has] the same colour as the walls.

    Dear all,

    In the sentence below, which word is better?

    The floor [is/ has] the same colour as the walls.

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    Default Re: The floor [is/ has] the same colour as the walls.

    Quote Originally Posted by optimistic pessimist View Post
    Dear all,

    In the sentence below, which word is better?

    The floor [is/ has] the same colour as the walls.

    Thank you!

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    It's more natural with "is".

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