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    Rewording a sentence"China has about as much claim to that land as I do"

    Hello

    I am wondering if the first sentence could be reworded like the second and third ones?

    - If you look at the map, China has about as much claim to that land as I do.

    - If you look at the map, China can claim about the land as much as I do.

    - If you look at the map, China has claim about the land as much as I do.

    Thank you
    Last edited by majid72; 02-Aug-2016 at 06:56.

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    Re: Rewording a sentence"China has about as much claim to that land as I do"

    Quote Originally Posted by majid72 View Post

    - If you look at the map, China has about as much claim to that land as I do.
    Only that one is possible.

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