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    #1

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    I've got a doubt
    I want to know if I can say
    "By comparison the US Phd's are more than India's one"

    or India one's

    or India Phd's

    what is correct?
    what is more natural speaking?

    thanks a million.
    Alex


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    #2

    Re: one

    The sentence is very unclear.

    Are you trying to say "By comparison an American PhD is worth more than an Indian one"?


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    Re: one

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    The sentence is very unclear.

    Are you trying to say "By comparison an American PhD is worth more than an Indian one"?
    no!!!!!!!!!! the number is more than....
    the number of Us are 7000 US and 200 India....
    oh my god... I've thought was very clear.. sorry for my english


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    #4

    Re: one

    Sorry!

    The comparison between PhDs granted in the US and India is that there are 7000 US PhDs to 200 Indian ones.

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    #5

    Re: one

    Also:

    By comparison, the number of US Phd's is more than India's.

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