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# 1) For GMAT usage, what is the difference between the

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(1) For GMAT usage, what is the difference between the superlative "furthest" and "farthest"?

(2) How do I construct sentences using "furthest" and "farthest"?

Advice and views are greatly appreciated.

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skim wrote:
(1) For GMAT usage, what is the difference between the superlative "furthest" and "farthest"?

(2) How do I construct sentences using "furthest" and "farthest"?

Advice and views are greatly appreciated.

furthest relates to degree and farthest to distance

A is farther than B
If I go further, I will lose my mind

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