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For greater coherence or flow, keep related words together in an adjective phrase.
 




 


When making comparisons using phrases such as different from, other than, and such as, do not split the adjective phrase. (Rather than “such issues as,” write “issues such as.”)

Rearrange the wording in the following sentence so that the related words appear together.

We need to take a similar approach to that of our competition if we want to stay in this market.

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When making comparisons using phrases such as different from, other than, and such as, do not split the adjective phrase. (Rather than “such issues as,” write “issues such as.”)

Rearrange the wording in the following sentence so that the related words appear together.

We need to take an approach similar to that of our competition if we want to stay in this market.

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