is it GRAMmatically correct?
firstly, is the sentence below "grammatically" correct?
Helen doesn’t behave the same kind as her father .
i think something is wrong with "the same kind". isn't it better to say:
Helen doesn't behave so (as) kindly as her father.( and second, if we put "as" instead of "so", does it make any difference?)
Helen doesn't show the same kindness as her father.
I'd be much obliged if anyone provides me with answers for my two questions.