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    • Join Date: Nov 2005
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    I find it is better vs. I find it better

    "I wouldn't trust those conversions about what a pound in that time would be worth today. They don't accurately reflect the way people lived. What they bought and how they lived was different. I don't think you can do a one to one coversion.
    I find it is better to compare what contemporary families had and what you could buy with that money. "

    Are "I find it is better" and "I find it better" both correct when used in the above paragraph?

    Thank you.

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    Re: I find it is better vs. I find it better

    You could use either.

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