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Can you tell me how to use'' rather than'' in sentences.
Thank you very much
A company should pour their money into protecting a polluted environmnet rather than supporting the development of art.
Here in your example, someone thinks that it would be better for a company to put their money into protecting ...etc... than to support the development of art.
-- "A rather than B" or "rather A than B"
It is red rather than white. 26
It is rather red than white. 20
It is good rather than bad. 241
It is rather good than bad. 34
I am a student rather than something 9
I am rather a student than something 0
It rains rather than snows. 13.
It rather rains than snows. 0
I would die rather than do something 629.
I would rather die than do something 16600.
Is it possible to use full infinitive here ?
I prefer to ride a horse rather than to ride a bike
Thanks in advance!
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