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犬より猫が好き 犬よりも猫が好き 犬というより猫が好き 犬ではなく猫が好き These are all grammatical. Sentences 1 and 2 sound almost the same to me, but the latter may be slightly more emphatic. They mean "I like cats more than dogs." When the speaker likes both dogs and cats, but has to tell which he likes more, these are the natural choices. Sentence 4 means "I like cats, but not ...



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