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    She always preferred

    Please would you help me to rewrite this sentence into the correct English:

    She always prefered somebody kind to arrogant.

    I am wondering if I need to have a noun after arrogant, for example, an arrogant person, or is it enough with just an adjective "arrogant"?

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    Re: She always preferred

    She always preferred somebody kind to somebody arrogant.

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