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    Smile comparatives

    Please, dear teachers and friends,

    could you proofread these sentences:

    X is pretty much more important than Y.
    A is much easier than B.
    F is gonna be pretty much cheaper than G.
    T is not so (as) tiny as H (is).

    Many thanks!

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    Re: comparatives

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    please, dear teachers and friends,

    could you proofread these sentences:

    X is much more important than y.
    A is much easier than b.
    F is going to be much cheaper than g.
    T is not as tiny as h (is).

    Many thanks!
    The capital letter thief is still around.

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    Smile Re: comparatives

    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    The capital letter thief is still around.
    You lost me! What does that mean?

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    Re: comparatives

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    You lost me! What does that mean?
    In the last few days, this site sometimes won't accept capital letters. Even when I quoted your first post, the capital letters at the end of your sentence have become lower case letters.

    This is very strange!

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    Smile Re: comparatives

    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    In the last few days, this site sometimes won't accept capital letters. Even when I quoted your first post, the capital letters at the end of your sentence have become lower case letters.

    This is very strange!
    This is not nice at all. Whether it was a word, OK, but, just a letter?

    And what about my sentences, did you mean just the second one is fine? If so, please, correct (or should it be 'proofread'?) the wrong ones.

    Thanks

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    Re: comparatives

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    this is not nice at all. Whether it was a word, ok, but, just a letter?

    And what about my sentences, did you mean just the second one is fine? yes, the second one is fine, and i already corrected the other three. if so, please, correct (or should it be 'proofread'?) the wrong ones.

    Thanks
    2006

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