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Topic: Nothing is more natural.
Posted: Thursday, April 12, 2018 1:41:52 PM
FounDit wrote:
onsen wrote:
[quote=Jyrkkä Jätkä]It means it's quite natural to have some dissension and quarrel occasionally in EVERY family. Not just Fiona's.


Thank you very much.

In general 'more' requires 'than'.

In the sentence given, than what is nothing more natural?


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Not necessarily. There are a lot of situations when we omit the remaining part of the sentence, because it's naturally implied in the sentence. If you still want to use 'than' then the sentence would be "Nothing is more natural than that (the fact that the girl is upset)"

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