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Alberto
Like or as? 1) I don't watch TV as much my sister does. 2) I don't watch TV like my sister does. Are the sentences correct? Does its have the same meaning?
Mar 6, 2014 1:53 PM
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1) I don't watch TV as much AS my sister does. OK 2) I don't watch TV like my sister does. This is a bit unusual to me. I would always use the first sentence if I'm saying my sister watches more TV than me. I don't play football like my brother does - this means he is better than me at football, not that he plays more than l do.
March 6, 2014
Alberto
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