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    It was as bad as I had ever seen

    "It was as bad as I had ever seen". Is this sentence correct? What exactly does this mean?

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    Re: It was as bad as I had ever seen

    It's OK. It means you have never seen a worse situation of the kind you have been talking about.

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    Re: It was as bad as I had ever seen

    It's a good sentence.

    It means that you had never seen 'it' (the thing or situation in question) worse than on the occasion you're talking about.

    It could be an accident, an injury, a performance, weather or anything else.
    I am not a teacher

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