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    usage of the adj. 'recent'

    Is this sentence correct:
    my car is more recent than yours

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    Re: usage of the adj. 'recent'

    Quote Originally Posted by ssmoh View Post
    Is this sentence correct:
    my car is more recent than yours
    Dear ssmoh:

    My car is newer than yours.

    'Recent' would only work in a sentence like, 'My car is of more recent manufacture than yours.'

    I hope this is helpful,

    Petra

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