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The rewards are greater than the difficulties (are). "The rewards are greater than the difficulties." →Is it correct? Can I add the word "are" in the end? Like this: "The rewards are greater than the difficulties are." Which one is more common, with or without "are"? Thanks!
Apr 29, 2016 4:26 PM
Answers · 1
You can add 'are', but you don't have to. Sentences like this are neater and more common without the repeated verb at the end.
April 29, 2016
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