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Janet has the fewest dresses in the family. (Use: fewer)

My answer is : "Janet has fewer dresses than all girls and women in the family. OR : Janet has fewer dresses than everyone else in the family." My friend says that my answers are wrong. He thinks the correct answer is: No one in the family has fewer dresses than Janet. Is my friend's answer correct? Are my answers wrong?

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Omar AhmedNo one in the family has fewer dresses than Janet. Is my friend's answer correct?

Yes, that's one way to say it.

Omar AhmedMy answer is : "Janet has fewer dresses than all girls and women in the family.

Not quite right.

Janet has fewer dresses than any of the girls or women in the family.

Omar AhmedJanet has fewer dresses than anyone else in the family."

That is correct, but "anyone" includes the boys and men, too.