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    #1

    sooner

    I would sooner fail than not be among the famous.

    If 'sooner' in bold was replaced with 'rather' as:

    I would rather fail than not be among the famous.

    would it still sound natural and make the same sense?

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    #2

    Re: sooner

    Yes

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    Re: sooner

    Good. Thanks, fj!

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