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As for history-present times comparison. Let's say Japan's earthquake is more frequent than in the past, can you say:

Japan has more earthquakes today than they had before.

Or

Japan has more earthquakes today than they had in the past.

Which is more correct?

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In this context, both are correct statements. As a native speaker, the second statement sounds slightly more formal but they both convey the same meaning overall.

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