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I would like to know if the following sentence is a correct usage of the ... the ... structure:

The more the same products people can buy across the globe, the more similar countries are becoming. I think it is a negative trend because it might entail the loss of cultural diversity, which can be considered an adverse impact.

Actually, I'm thinking more about the first part. I don't know whether it is better to say the first or the latter:

  1. The more the same products people can buy across the globe
  2. The more people can buy the same products across the globe
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  • Is it just the syntactic structure that you're asking about?
    – BillJ
    Mar 16, 2021 at 8:39
  • I'm just asking which one is correct!
    – a.toraby
    Mar 16, 2021 at 11:26

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The more the same products people can buy across the globe, the more similar countries are becoming. I think it is a negative trend because it might entail the loss of cultural diversity, which can be considered an adverse impact

Q. I don't know whether it is better to say the first or the latter:

The more the same products people can buy across the globe...... The more people can buy the same products across the globe

I would suggest neither.

The global availability of products

availability; noun; the fact that something can be bought, used, or reached,


The more the same products people can buy across the globe, the more similar countries are becoming. I think it is a negative trend because it might entail the loss of cultural diversity, which can be considered an adverse impact

The global availability of products are increasingly seen as detrimental to the maintenance of national identity and cultural diversity

Ref CED availability

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