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    #1

    comparison form

    Is the follwoing comparison sentence correct?

    The air in XX area is fresher than any other area in Seoul because of its well-preserved nature.

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    Re: comparison form

    The air in XX area is fresher than any other area in Seoul because of its well-preserved nature.

    Well it is correct to some extent, but not entirely.
    You have left out some grammatical particles, so I will rewrite the whole sentece in its corrected version.

    --> The air in "the" XX area is fresher than "in" any other area in Seoul because of its well-preserved "environment" (in this context "nature" sounds rather uncommon to me)

    All the best.
    Dario.

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