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    #1

    weaker than

    Are these sentences correct:

    1) His English is weaker than to appreciate the intricacies of this poem.

    2) His English is weaker than for him to appreciate the intricacies of this poem.


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    #2

    Re: weaker than

    No, neither are correct. Try, "His English is too weak for him to be able to appreciate the intricacies of this poem".

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