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luckyguy
Posted: Sunday, July 16, 2017 3:24:32 AM
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Which one sounds more natural?

(1) The televisions in the store's sale are as little as $400.

(2) The televisions in the store's sale are as low as $400.

Thanks.
Romany
Posted: Sunday, July 16, 2017 5:57:42 AM
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Lucky -

It's the PRICES of the TVs that are low and little - not the TVs themselves. Your sentences both tell us about the size of the TV, not the price...which doesn't make much sense to us.

"The TVs in the store's sale are going for as little as $400."
"TVs in the store's sale are only $400."
"There are TVs on sale at the store for only $400."
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