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    Question to match


    I have doubts that the following sentences are correct. I want to say that, for example, my edition might be the same as the original. And I don't know how to do this in another way. Could you help me please?

    "The preface and the structure of the Everyday Cookery are the same as those of the Dictionary; the recipes and their given costs largely match those of the Book of HOusehold Management. My edition might thus really match the original."

    Thanks a lot!


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    Re: to match

    How about just saying', thus matching the original'?

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