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    Smile fewer

    I drank less milk than Tom (did). Can I say "I drank fewer glasses of milk than Tom (did)?
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    Re: fewer

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    I drank less milk than Tom (did). Can I say "I drank fewer glasses of milk than Tom (did)?
    Thanks
    They both sound good. If, for the latter, you mean you did drink three glasses of milk, for instance, and Tom one, then it makes good sense.

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