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    much better than today.

    Hello, guys.

    Under what circumstances can I use " much better than today."

    Please give me a proper situation. thank you.

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    Re: much better than today.

    Hi Juliana
    Personally I would say something like this: ''Yesterday I felt much better than today''
    But since I am not a teacher, others will have to comment on that.

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