Visitors to Prince Edward Island, Canada, delight in the "unspoiled" scenery - the well-kept farms and peaceful hamlets of the island's central core and the rougher terrain of the east and west. In reality, the Island ecosystems are almost entirely artificial.
Can I rewrite the bold phrase as follows?
"the rough terrain of the east and west"
Is "rougher" used to compare with the central core?
Last edited by anhnha; 17-Jan-2013 at 05:39.