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#211710 - 07/11/13 10:10 PM Re: Are both sentences fine? [Re: Lionel Koh]
Loc: Lower Aberdeen, Mississippi
Originally Posted By: Lionel KohMy mother prefers eating apples to eating oranges.
My mother prefers apples to oranges.
Are both sentences fine?
Yes they are both fine, but think; does your mammy like eating apples best or does she prefer looking at apples because she doesn't like looking at oranges.
And as well, "comparing apples to oranges" is an English idiom explaining that you shouldn't equate different things.
Entire topic Subject Posted by Posted Are both sentences fine? Lionel Koh 07/11/13 10:19 AM Re: Are both sentences fine? Faldage 07/11/13 08:24 PM Re: Are both sentences fine? jenny jenny 07/11/13 10:10 PM
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