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    Re: comparative degree

    Quote Originally Posted by norwolf View Post
    So I'm getting pretty confused:
    Somebody says there is a sentence taken from cambridge dictionary,which is:Oxygen is 16 times heavier than hydrogen.
    I think '16 times as heavy as ..." is preferable.

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    #12

    Re: comparative degree

    Quote Originally Posted by Clark View Post
    I think '16 times as heavy as ..." is preferable.
    I appreciate your help

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