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  1. Junior Member
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    #1

    Which one is correct?? If none of 'em, give me a better one??

    Here are the sentences: -

    "It's more fun to be on vacation with friends than to be with family."

    "It's more fun to be on vacation with friends than it is to be with family?"

    Which one is correct??


    "It's not as fun to be on vacation with family as it is to be with friends"

    It's not fun to be on vacation with family as much as it is to be with friends"

    Which one is correct??

    If none of them, suggest a better one.

    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: Which one is correct?? If none of 'em, give me a better one??

    "It's more fun [to be on vacation with friends] than [(it is (fun)) to be with family]."

    "It's more fun to be on vacation with friends than it is to be with family?"

    Which one is correct?? Both


    "It's not as much fun to be on vacation with family as it is to be with friends"

    It's not fun to be on vacation with family as much as it is to be with friends"

  3. Junior Member
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    #3

    Thumbs up Re: Which one is correct?? If none of 'em, give me a better one??

    Thanks

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