Check out our updated Community
Fernando
Hi, everyone Is it wrong to omit the verb in the second part of these sentences? “People were more interested in national news than they WERE IN local news” “They will be more interested in your product than they WILL IN mine” Thank you
Jan 24, 2021 3:38 AM
Answers · 3
You can say: People are more interested in national news than local news. They will be more interested in your product than mine. But they way you typed it is still correct. Just depends on your preference.
January 24, 2021
Fernando
Language Skills
English, French, Portuguese
Learning Language
English