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    #1

    more difficult than / difficult compared with

    Are the following sentences correct? Do they mean the same thing?

    1. This language is more difficult than other languages.
    2. This language is difficult compared with other languages.

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    Re: more difficult than / difficult compared with

    Quote Originally Posted by herbivorie View Post
    Are the following sentences correct? Do they mean the same thing?

    1. This language is more difficult than other languages.
    2. This language is difficult compared with other languages.
    Yes and yes. I'd use "compared to", though. You could say "when compared with", too.

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