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  1. navi t


    Is there any difference between:
    1-Your coffee is hot as you like it.
    2-Your coffee is hot, as you like it.

    Does 1 mean:
    3- "Your coffee is as hot as you like it."

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    Re: as

    I think that (1) needs either a comma (to match 2) or another 'as' (to match 3). I could be a colloquial form of (3) but I would not recommend using it.


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