I accidentally came across these two phrases, and wondered if they were both correct. I particularly “struggled” with “more keenly that”… It didn’t feel right to me.
What do you think? What is the difference?
Then, I did some research and found two example sentences for both.
▪️... few communities are watching the unfolding drama more keenly that in Berwick, a town of 12,000 people just four kilometres from the border ... ▪️ This compulsion to record and account is felt nowhere more keenly that in the State Archives of Palermo, housed in a building usually closed ...
🔸 Few questions in historical geography have been more keenly discussed than that of the first discovery of Guinea by the navigators of modern Europe. 🔸 Nowhere was the result felt more keenly than in Mexico.
Thank you for your feedback. I look forward to reading your comments,