How to Compare Unequal Objects-Part 1

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Master advanced comparisons in this challenging course. Many examples and bonus materials included.

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Hi guys!!! My name is Chris and I am a professional English teacher. I have been teaching English for many years and have students all over the world. When I was in college I studied English, and after that I received my CELTA from Cambridge University.

I have spent years dedicated to finding the most effective way for a native speaker, like me, to teach English. It’s been a lot of hard work and long hours, but I’ve finally found a winning formula! I hope you enjoy!!!

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You can do it on your own, but if it's too hard don't worry! I will do it with you!

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