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    using adjectives

    please, I'd like to learn how I can use the structure:
    It's + adjective + verb
    For example, how can I write...

    It's more valuable to be (or be) better than to have (or have) more?
    Thank you,
    GR

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    Re: using adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by Gustavo Racca View Post
    please, I'd like to learn how I can use the structure:
    It's + adjective + verb
    For example, how can I write...

    It's more valuable to be (or be) better than to have (or have) more?
    Thank you,
    GR
    'To be' and 'to have'.

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