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Could you help me with this please?

1 He's such a good actor. He's as funny as he is serious. He can do comedies just as he can do thriller.
2 Can a dog tell who's a child and who's an adult./who the adult is and who the child is?
Can a dog distinguish between children and adults.
3 I can see the skyscraper from 3 miles out/away.

Thank you
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1. He's such a good actor. He's as good in funny roles as he is in serious ones. He can do comedies just as well as he can do thrillers.
2. Can a dog distinguish between children and adults?
3. I can see the skyscraper from 3 miles away.
I agree with Anon's suggestions.
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1 He's such a good actor. He's as good in funny roles as he is in serious ones. He can do comedies just as well as he can do thrillers

If you use WELL wouldn't it be?

He's such a good actor. He's as good in funny roles as he is in serious ones. He can do comedies just as well as thrillers???

Can you not leave out WELL and say

He's such a good actor. He's as good in funny roles as he is in serious ones. He can do comedies just as he can do thrillers.

and for 2

Can you say?

Can a dong tell the difference between a child and an adult?

thank you
Hey from Anonymous.

The reason you put in well is because you want to make it clear what he's doing. He's doing it well, so it makes the sentence more clear. With the addition of well, it sounds more natural to a native English speaker.

As for 2, actually yes, that's 100% grammatically correct.
OK but I'm not trying to say he does both comedies and thrillers well but that he does them.
like if you can say
He loves me just as I love him.
so why could you say

He can do comedies just like/as he can do thriller.
thanks
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