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is it correct to say "John is not even a bit as handsome as Jack."? I want this sentence to mean, John is not handsome at all so he can't compare to Jack even a little bit. So is it correct to say "John is not even a bit as handsome as Jack"? Thank you.
Nov 11, 2018 4:26 AM
Answers · 1
Hello, Boom. No, it's not quite right. Here are few alternative ways of saying that: "John is not nearly as handsome as Jack." "John is nowhere near as handsome as Jack." "You can't even compare John to Jack in terms of attractiveness." "John doesn't hold a candle to Jack in terms of attractiveness." Hope that helps!
November 11, 2018
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