"Comparing two or more things" How to correct this problem in sentence?
The thefailure to adjust after negative childhood experiences are more evident in the male youth population.
Tolley's answer provides an excellent revised sentence, but he didn't tell you about the incomplete comparison in your original sentence.
When you use "more," you are making a comparison. This is more than that. But your sentence did not tell us what was being compared. Notice how Tolley added "more often than girls." His sentence completes the comparison.
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