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3 Aug 2019

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In the sentence "Fair trade is more of a concept than a reality", I don't understand why we need to write "of" and not just "...is more a concept than...". Can you explain it to me?

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In the sentence "Fair trade is more of a concept than a reality", I don't understand why we need to write "of" and not just "...is more a concept than...". Can you explain it to me?
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