based on very old.

hhtt21

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I am trying to form a sentence. Would you help me form it? Is it correct and natural?

"The competition between Intel and AMD is based on very early."

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hhtt21

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It means nothing to me. Can you try to convey your message in other words?

There is a competition between Intel and Amd. This competition starts in an early time. - A very old competition. Is it O.K now? If you get the idea, can you form that sentence now?

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The competition between Intel and AMD is long-standing.
 

Matthew Wai

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There has long been competition between Intel and AMD.

"The competition between Intel and AMD is based on very early."
I think it is grammatical to say 'The competition between Intel and AMD started long ago'.
 
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