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    #1

    comaprison plural

    Which are correct:

    1-I don't have such good books as he.
    2-I don't have such good books as his.

    3-I don't have books as good as his.
    4-I don't have as good books as his.

    5-I don't have books as good as he.
    6-I don't have as good books as he


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    #2

    Re: comaprison plural

    The following variants are correct:

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post

    1-I don't have such good books as he does.

    3-I don't have books as good as his.

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    #3

    Re: comaprison plural

    In my humble opinion, #3 ("I don't have books as good as his") is best. It is the most natural.


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