Faulty comparisons 1
A comparative sentence is a sentence in which a comparison is being made between two or more things. Often in writing—and in speech—this comparison is faulty because it has fallen victim to one of these errors: the comparison is incomplete; the elements being compared are dissimilar; or the comparison is unclear.
See if you can identify whether the comparative sentences below are correct.
Date modified: 2020-10-22
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