[General] You know of mine

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coldplay258

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Is this sentence correct?

I know more about your country than you of mine.

Thank you.
 

emsr2d2

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Is this sentence correct?

I know more about your country than you of mine.

Thank you.

No. For a start, there is no reason to use "about" in the first half, but then use "of" in the second half, when you seem to want them to mean the same thing.

I know more about your country than you do about mine.
 
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