May 11 2014 — As…as
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The price of gas isn't as cheap as in California than Texas.
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Change the comparison to as…as only.
The price of gas isn't as cheap in California as in Texas.
Change the comparison to -er than only.
The price of gas is cheaper in Texas than in California.
Change than to or.
The price of gas isn't as cheap (here) as in California or Texas.
Texas, in the southern US, produces oil; therefore gas is cheaper there.
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