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Hi,

Please look at the sentence below and tell me if I should or could put 'of' there.

..., but they do not have as strong (of) a suport base from students in general.

Sorry but this just came up. Can I say either of these?

Please look at the sentence below and tell me what is wrong with the sentence.

Please take a look at the sentence below and tell me what is wrong with the sentence.
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No of. Support is spelt thus. Your other sentences are fine, but the second 'the sentence' in each is redundant-- change it to it.
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Thank you, Mr. M.

Could I make sentences like this?

He doesn't have as delectible an apple as his friend's.

He didn't write as good a report as his friend.

When I see the word 'as', I begin to think in terms of it being compared to others and that is why I tend to write the phrase like 'as something or as someone' after the phrase that contains it.
You have the right impulse. I think both of your sentence forms are OK, so long as you understand the structural difference:

He doesn't have as delectable an apple as his friend's (apple).
He didn't write as good a report as his friend (did).

Delectable is spelled thus.