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    the same as easy...

    Hello
    I have a problem with an expression, I don't know if it's correct, could anybody help me?
    I want to say: "...it isn't the same as easy recognize its consequence...

    or "...it isn't much easy than

    Explanation:
    "... given "x" and "y", both of them have the same background, we can see something in "x" which no can see easy in "y".

    I get confused.
    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: the same as easy...

    In Y, it isn't as easy to recognise the consequences as it is in X.

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