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    Default better+noun

    """"i'm better tennis player than you""""



    is this correct sentences for grammer?

    thank you for your answer

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    Default Re: better+noun

    Welcome.

    Ex: I'm better at tennis than you (are).
    Ex: I'm a better tennis player than you (are).

    Note, words in brackets (...) are optional.

    All the best.

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