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Is it correct to say: My friend can play more instruments than my A's at school?

Mann. He can play more instruments than my A's back in high school He can play more instruments than I have had hot dinners This is a hyperbolic statement, obviously meant as a joke. But it is a ...
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Is it correct to say: My friend can play more instruments than my A's at school?

Sample: He can play more instruments than my A's back in high school. Fix it up: He can play more instruments than I had A's in high school. We can read more books than you can in a week. We can ...
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Is it correct to say: My friend can play more instruments than my A's at school?

Given that number of instruments and grades is an unusual comparison to make, I believe it should be made far more clear than the simple "My friend can play more instruments than my A's at school&...
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"Social men" who have entered the real world and experienced lots of social challenges and complexities?

A phrase which matches your description is "man of the world" someone who has a lot of experience of life and can deal with most situations This is not very common in modern talk but does ...
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"For all our safety" instead of "for the safety of all", "for everyone's safety"

The idiomatic usage is this: For the safety of us all. OR For our safety BUT NOT: for all our safety unless it's something like: For all our safety precautions, we should still implement more measures....
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