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    #1

    Jack has been to London three times.

    Jack has been to London three times.
    Mike has been to London three times, too.
    Can we say the following?
    1.Both Jack and Mike have been to London the same times.
    2.Both Jack and Mike have been to London the same number of times.

    THANKS.

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    Re: Jack has been to London three times.

    Quote Originally Posted by diamondcutter View Post
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    2.Both Jack and Mike have been to London the same number of times.
    That's the one.

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    Re: Jack has been to London three times.

    Yes, but you don't need "Both" there.

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