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Which one is correct?
1) The weather in California is similar to Tehran.
2) The weather in California is similar to the weather in Tehran.
3) The weather in California is similar to it in Tehran.
He states that some equipment in a lab should be replaced because they are/ it is getting older. I know ''equipment'' is singular, but can I still say they are getting older?
I would appreciate your response.
Last edited by arzgol; 27-Jun-2011 at 04:08.
California's weather is similar to Tehran's.
Is this correct?
Some pieces of equipment should be replaced because they are getting old.
(Note: everything in the world is getting older, all the time.)