Student or Learner
--How do you find your new classmates?
--Most of them are kind, but ____ is so good to me as Bruce.
A. none B. no one C. every one D. some one
The given answer is A, and I think it is grammatically correct. But I think the whole sentence sounds unnatural. How do you native speakers find the sentence? Do you say such things this way? Would 'none are so good to me as Bruce' sound better?
Thank you in advance.
Most of them are [pretty] kind, but none of 'em are as good to me as Bruce.
Most of them are [pretty] kind, but no one is as good to me as Bruce.
none of them -> none of 'em -> noneavum
most of them -> most of 'em -> mostathem
Last edited by riverkid; 04-Jul-2008 at 04:18.