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Can we say " The more tired you are, the more it's hard to concentrate" instead of "the more tired you are, the harder it is to concentrate" . and which of them could be more common? and also what ab …
asked Jun 17 '18 by sasan taghadosi
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Do both of the following sentences have the same meaning? 1- My salary is twice higher than yours. 2- My salary is twice as high as yours.
asked Jun 22 '18 by sasan taghadosi