For example, consider the following English phrase:

Speaking Japanese is much harder for me than speaking English is for you.

How would one put this in Japanese? Would...


... work?

What would be the natural way to express it?

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    I think it is correct. Currently cannot think of a better way to say it. – fefe Dec 6 '11 at 16:27
  • if you want many versions you could ask this question on esaura.cc – yadokari Dec 6 '11 at 17:48

Your example works. Having a comma after より is slightly unnatural, though. You can also use にとって:


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