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    I observed that, like other high-tech areas, conducting a project

    Hello,

    When we use examples in a sentence, where exactly should we put it? Which one sounds better?

    A- "I observed that conducting a project in this field, like most other high-tech areas, demands huge budgets and state-of-the-art-equipment."
    B- "I observed that, like most other high-tech areas, conducting a project in this field demands huge budgets and state-of-the-art-equipment."

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Ryan.; 15-Jun-2015 at 19:29.

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    Re: I observed that, like other high-tech areas, conducting a project

    Either position works, but I'd use "as in" rather than "like".

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