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    Mike MC is offline Member
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    Can you use "as + adjective + a/an + noun + as" with plural nouns?

    I know this grammar structure. For example:
    I have as good a voice as you.
    But I'm not sure if you can use a plural noun there. For example:
    I have as good books as you.
    Or:
    They're not as glamorous jobs as people think.
    Last edited by Mike MC; 15-Oct-2017 at 08:50.

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: Can you use "as + adjective + a/an + noun + as" with plural nouns?

    Yes, you can.
    I am not a teacher.

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