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    more (of) a

    Beckham is more a model than a player.

    Beckham is more of a model than a player.

    Which one is correct, or are both sentences correct? And is there any difference in meaning?

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    Re: more (of) a

    Quote Originally Posted by stefan_kar View Post
    Beckham is more a model than a player.

    Beckham is more of a model than a player.

    Which one is correct, or are both sentences correct? And is there any difference in meaning?
    They are both correct and there is no difference in meaning.

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