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    has a liking for

    Please check the following sentences.

    He has a liking for money. He cares about money a lot, so he treasures his money more than his life.

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    Re: has a liking for

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    He has a liking for money. He cares about money a lot, so he treasures his money more than his life.
    Correct. However, may I suggest dropping the middle clause: it says exactly the same thing as the first one.

    He has a liking for money: he treasures his money more than his life.

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