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# When should we use considered vs +to be something along the

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When should we use considered vs +to be

something along the lines of

The banana is considered (to be) one of nature's healthiest food.

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11 Nov 2009, 04:07
'Considered' is used alone (without 'to be') - idiomatic usage
Same applies for 'consider'

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11 Nov 2009, 07:02
Correct Idiom
---> Consider XY
---> X to (be) Y

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