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    She has taught me the meaning of being compassionate, loving, kind, helpful, supporti

    Hi,
    I do not say that the sentence below is wrong but I want to talk about the bold parts. Shouldn't it be "many more"?
    "My mom is a God to me because she has taught me the meaning of being compassionate, loving, kind, helpful, supportive and so much more."

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    Re: She has taught me the meaning of being compassionate, loving, kind, helpful, supp

    No.

    (I'd say 'My mom is a goddess to me...')

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