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    hard

    Hi there
    Is it correct to say:
    ‘Sometimes, to heroes buying a party dress is harder than fighting crimes, I thought
    !’ she sighs.
    Many thanks
    peter

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    #2

    Re: hard

    hi

    i think the meaning is

    "it's easier to heroes to fight crimes than buying a party dress"

    it sounds ok to me but, actually, not so easy to understand at first glance...

    regards


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    #3

    Re: hard

    Jctgf got the meaning right. I think a better way of saying it would be:
    ‘I thought, To heroes, buying a party dress is sometimes harder than fighting crimes!’ she sighs.

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