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    marymay12 is offline Newbie
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    Question a puzzling sentence

    "quality is important than anything."
    I've read several times the above sentence in ads. But I don't think it is a clear sentence. It doesn't sound standard. Maybe it should be corrected as"Quality is important than aything." Or, it should be " Quality is most important." What's your opion? Do you agree with me?

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Re: a puzzling sentence

    It would have to be . . .

    Quality is important than anything else.

    Can you print ALL of the sentences in your paragraph? Perhaps there is an implied meaning. (one you can get from the other sentences)

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    Re: a puzzling sentence

    This only makes sense as
    Quality is more important than anything.

    Buggles (not a teacher)

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