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Yesterday, there were fewer members of the legislature who talked like they were in favor of a tax increase for the public citizens.
A. Yesterday, there were fewer members of the legislature who talked like they were in favor of a tax increase for the public citizens.
B. Yesterday, less members of the legislature talked to the public like they were in favor of a tax increase.
C. Yesterday, there were fewer members of the legislature who talked as if they were in favor of a tax increase for citizens.
D. Publicly, there were less members of the legislature talking like they were in favor of raising taxes.
E. For the public, fewer members of the legislature talked yesterday about raising taxes.
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Is there anything wrong with A, other than public citizens.

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Is there anything wrong with A, other than public citizens.


wasn't "like" restricted to noun comparisons only?

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