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"The number of passengers missing now equals the number rescued 100." I saw the sentence and I was wondering if "the number of rescued 100" is more correct or "of" can be omitted and both mean the same. What do you native English speakers think? ...
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Ms Tay told The New Paper: "Bernard is my angel. He is our (my husband and I) angel. We met because of him. Are the words in bold correct in the above sentence? Thanks.
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 Looks OK to me.
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is it easier or much more easier
 easier or much easier; easier cannot be preceded by more.
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