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I need advice on handling one of my questions.

I originally asked for help to identify the subject of the dependent clause in this sentence:

A. Germany adopted a much weaker currency than would otherwise have been the case

I wrongly arrived to the conclusion that "the case" couldn't be subject and offered the following sentence as a counter-example:

B. Germany adopted a much weaker currency than would otherwise have been possible

Now, it turns out I don't have one question but two!

I found myself an answer for sentence A. At the same time, user2619 found an answer for sentence B.

I would like to award the answer to user2619 but I'm thinking whether:

  • I should ask user2619 to complete their answer and remove mine,
  • or just be pragmatic and leave both answers as they are.

What do you think is best?

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    I'd like to read both answers. :-) Mar 28, 2014 at 13:41

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