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    #1

    are these sentences correct?

    Are these sentences correct?

    It's much more of a freer translation (than yours).
    I still have to take the Advanced and the Proficiency ones.

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    #2

    Re: are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Are these sentences correct?

    It's much more of a freer translation (than yours). I would say "It's a much freer translation than yours".
    I still have to take the Advanced and the Proficiency ones. It's OK, if the person you are taking to knows what it refers to.
    Bhai.

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    #3

    Re: are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Are these sentences correct?

    It's much more of a freer translation (than yours).
    I still have to take the Advanced and the Proficiency ones.
    #1 It's a much freer translation [than yours].
    It's much more of a free translation [than yours]. (I think this sounds a little unnatural.)

    #2 As long as you have already established what the "ones" are in a previous sentence (exams or tests, I assume) then your sentence is fine.

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