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    Britain loves nothing more than talking ... There is nothing Britain loves more than

    Hello again!

    Britain loves nothing more than talking about the weather.

    There is nothing Britain loves more than talking about the weather.

    Do the sentences mean exactly the same?

    I think so, but I prefer to ask you.

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    Re: Britain loves nothing more than talking ... There is nothing Britain loves more t

    Yes, they mean the same. Mind you, Britain doesn't talk about anything, British people may talk about the weather.

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