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questions He is as tall as I. The red car is as expensive as the yellow one. Question 1: Do they both sound natural to native speakers? If neither, could you help me correct them? He isn’t as tall as I. The red car isn’t as expensive as the yellow one. Question 2: Do they both sound natural to native speakers? If neither, could you help me correct them?
Aug 27, 2018 1:21 AM
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Both sets of sentences are technically correct, though it is more natural to say "as I am" in both cases.
August 27, 2018
He isn't as tall as I (am) is entirely correct, however I guarantee that most English speakers would say "he isn't as tall as me". - not correct, but very natural.
August 27, 2018
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