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    A Rolls Royce costs more than a mini.

    Hi teachers !!!

    Can I say a Rolls Royce costs more money than a mini or
    Can I say a Rolls Royce costs money more than a mini

    in stead of a Rolls royce costs more than a mini.

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    Re: A Rolls Royce costs more than a mini.

    Only the first is correct, if you begin 'Mini' with a capital letter. It would be more natural without 'money'.

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    Re: A Rolls Royce costs more than a mini.

    U meant "Can I say a Rolls Royce costs more money than a Mini" is a correct one ? or the one on the title. The one on the title is the right one according to the answer on website.

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    Re: A Rolls Royce costs more than a mini.

    Quote Originally Posted by danghuynh88 View Post
    U meant Did you mean "Can I say a Rolls Royce costs more money than a Mini" is correctone ? or the one in the title. The one in the title is the right one according to the answer on the website.
    These are both correct:

    'A Rolls Royce costs more than a Mini.'
    'A Rolls Royce costs more money than a Mini.'

    The word 'money' is redundant, as we don't buy cars with anything else but money.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 24-Jun-2016 at 10:11.

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