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    expressing comparison in English

    Hello!


    What I would like to do is compare people who manage not to get dirty in spite of hard conditions under which they work and those who find it hard to stay clean even though they work in relatively clean.


    Some people come out spotless while cooking whereas others get dirty so easily as if they were dragged through a chimney.



    What is your opinion?


    Thank you.

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    Re: expressing comparison in English

    Some people manage to remain spotless despite their dirty work environments, while others always look filthy even though their workplaces are relatively clean.

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