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  1. Banned
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    #1

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    "He is more of a student than a teacher."
    "He is more a student than a teacher."

    If I want to talk about a teacher that acts like a student, which sentence is standard English?

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    #2

    Re: More

    This has been looked at here: More (Of)
    Please do not cause confusion by starting a new thread on a topic that has been covered elsewhere.

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