nyzoe (nyzoe) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Native English speakers, can you say 'Six feet tall though he is, he cannot reach the ceiling'?

And what about 'Ridiculously tall though he is, he cannot reach the ceiling'?

Even if both sentences sound archaic or stilted, is any of the two markedly better or worse than the other?

Thanks!
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