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Hi, ..

Could you please take a look at the following sentences. Two guys, Adam and John, are similar in more regards than they're not:


- "Adam and John actually have more in common than they differ."

- "Adam and John actually have more in common than they are different."

- "Adam and John actually have in common more than their differences are."


My guess is that they probably sound bizarre/unnatural, but are they correct and understandable ..?



Thanks in advance.

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SurferMy guess is that they probably sound bizarre/unnatural, but are they correct and understandable ..?

They do sound that way, and that makes them incorrect. The two parts are not parallel enough. I might make it "Adam and John actually have more in common than they have differences."