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    #1

    As intelligent as

    I am wondering if I need to add the verb at the end in this kind of sentence.

    1. In our class, none was as intelligent as John.
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    2.In our class, none was as intelligent as John was.

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    Re: As intelligent as

    No. The verb is optional.

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