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What is the meaning of "It has much better" in this context
These people also see that the computer is far more efficient than human beings. It has much better and can store huge amounts of information and it can do calculations in no time. The computer has a great characteristic as it doesn't suffer from lack of sleep, so it never feels tired and work efficiently all the time.
The author is trying to compare a computer to a human. 'It has much better' isn't correct English, there needs to be something to complete the phrase. I also think it should have 'a'. 'It has A much better....'
Last edited by shroob; 11-Jul-2013 at 11:55.