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He runs faster than any other girl in this team.

No other plant is more beautiful than this.
May 21, 2020 2:13 AM
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He runs faster than any other girl in this team. - "He" is a male. "Any other girl" indicates that "he" is a girl also (another girl other than the person, who is within the group of girls), so there's a mismatch of gender.

Technically, the sentence should be: No other plant is more beautiful than this one {or: this plant}. {The object is missing.}

Edited to add: If the subject is male, then the sentence would be: He runs faster than any girl in his team (no "other" - this excludes him from being included with the "girl" subset of the team).
May 21, 2020
He runs faster than any other girl in this team.
Two things:
1- Delete "other." He is a male, not a girl, so using "other" is inaccurate.
2- It should be "on" this team rather than "in" this team.

Better: He runs faster than any girl on this team.

No other plant is more beautiful than this.
Since you are comparing this plant to other plants, add "one" at the end.
Better: No other plant is more beautiful than this one.
May 21, 2020
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