English grammar

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English grammar

In your sentence on this page, 'While the simplest superlative forms are quite similar to the English equivalent, but in more complex examples, the word order and prepositions may be different to what you expect', you can have either the 'while' or the 'but', but you can't have both. One of them has to go for the sentence to be correct.


Asked 6 months ago
LauraKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Lucien,

Thank you, this is corrected.

Bonne continuation !

English grammar

In your sentence on this page, 'While the simplest superlative forms are quite similar to the English equivalent, but in more complex examples, the word order and prepositions may be different to what you expect', you can have either the 'while' or the 'but', but you can't have both. One of them has to go for the sentence to be correct.


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