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Women know the kitchen better, so they can design it the best.
Is the above sentence correct and any other way to write this?
Not bad and kindly tell me is the original sentence correct grammatically?
If you are going to say 'woman know kitchens better', then 'better than who?"
If it is 'men', then when you shift to 'best', who is this third party that suddenly, in addition to 'men', they are also 'better than'?
Thanks Harry and bhaisahab for your valuable suggestions. And Mr David the point you raised is also a valauble but then I think it is understandable from the sentence itself that I am comparing woman with others that is man, kindly correct me if I am wrong.
I think it is understandable from the sentence itself that I am comparing woman with others that is man, kindly correct me if I am wrong.
that is why I raise my point: who is suddenly, other than men, the third party implied in 'best' :
- of women and men, women are better than men
and of women, men, and hermaphrodites, women are best.
So Mr David what should be the sentence according to you