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  1. #1
    codenamecharlie is offline Newbie
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    more... than ...

    sometimes I am not sure if my way of using "more .... than ...." is correct.

    e.g. is the following sentence correct?

    "Attached is the updated document which contains much more accurate information

    than the previous version which I gave you last month."

    or maybe I should say "...which contains much more accurate info. than
    the previous version does." (appending a word "does" ).


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    Join Date
    Jul 2007

    Re: more... than ...

    Both are fine the second is a little less formal. You need a comma after 'version' in the first example.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: more... than ...

    You seem to be using it perfectly well. Your first sentence is fine and comprehensible.

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