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    • Join Date: Feb 2008
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    Comparisons

    Well
    When we want to make a compare between two things , there is some way to do it
    one of them by as
    so
    the rule is
    1. as + adjective + as
    2. just + as + adjective + as

    so, I want to know what is the deference between it

    thanks alot


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    Re: Comparisons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Othman Sakallah View Post
    Well
    When we want to make a comparison between two things , there is some way to do it
    one of them by as
    so
    the rule is
    1. as + adjective + as
    2. just + as + adjective + as

    so, I want to know what is the difference between them.

    thanks a lot
    Look at this and see if it helps you: https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...tml#post255454

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