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Hello:)

Is the following sentence correct?

A: Your performance is better compared before.

Thanks a lot :slight_smile:

No, it would have to be “Your performance is better compared to before”. However, this seems a bit clumsy, and it seems easier just to say “Your performance is better than before”.

(In fact, there is another way in which your sentence could make sense, along the lines of it being preferable to compare performances before some event rather than after it. I assume you didn’t mean that.)