Help with question (please) Hi, there Please, could you help me? When I have two subjects, how should I arrange a sentence with "better"? Could you say? "It is better that he gets grounded than fail/fails a grade(or FAIL SCHOOL?? Or REPEAT A GRADE?) ..........////////And "It is better that she breaks up with him than him losing his job" or "It is better that she breaks up with him than he loses his job"v Please
Dec 1, 2017 11:41 PM
Answers · 3
So I couldn't use "it is better that..."?
December 2, 2017
December 2, 2017
for #1 I think you could say either: it would be better if she breaks up with him as opposed to him losing his job. or: it is better for her to break up with him than for him to lose his job.
December 2, 2017
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