Jordana
Help(omission) Hi, there Could I omit the words in parentheses in these sentences? *"I've been working more than I have ever (been working)"... Could I say "I've been working more than I ever have" instead? **"Last week I studied more than I have/had ever (studied)"? Could I say "Last week I studied more than I ever have/had"? ****Finally, "I am struggling with Math more than I have ever (struggled)"... Couldn't I say "I am struggling with Math more than I ever have"? Please. Could you tell me what you would say?
Dec 6, 2017 7:22 PM
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Your 3 suggested sentences are correct.
December 6, 2017
While all are technically correct, the usual way of expressing that idea would be to change the end of your sentences one of these ways : "I've been working more than ever." "I've been working more than I ever have."
December 6, 2017
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December 6, 2017
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