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    a grammar question

    Which do you think is right?

    The singing of Mr. Casanova was ---- elegant ---- to overshadow, somewhat, the nominally top-billed star of the evening, Aprile Millo.

    A) more / than
    B) as / as
    C) so / as
    D) so / that
    E) not / too

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    Re: a grammar question

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    Re: a grammar question

    What would as...as mean in this sentence and why would it be wrong? Would it not mean "...elegant enough to overshadow...."?

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    Re: a grammar question

    With the infinitive, we use 'so...as to'.

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