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    Using comparison language

    Hi all,

    Is the following sentence right?


    The castle had three times as many rooms and chambers as other contemporary ones (did?!).

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    Re: Using comparison language

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi all,

    Is the following sentence right?


    The castle had three times as many rooms and chambers as other contemporary ones (did?!).
    Either way, with "did" or without.

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    Re: Using comparison language

    Thanks! Is there any other way(s) of saying the same thing?

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