Is this sentence grammatically correct?
I teach at a much cheaper price than the other existing Spanish teachers in my league.
- TommymcLv 79 months agoFavourite answer
It's grammatically correct, but I would suggest you use "lower price". The word "cheap" is often synonymous with lower quality. Even though in this case it is the price that is cheap, you don't want to risk it being associated with the quality of your teaching.
- RPLv 79 months ago
With the elimination of "existing", which is unnecessary, it would be okay.
- KrishnamurthyLv 79 months ago
I teach for a much cheaper price than the other existing Spanish teachers in my league.
- UndisclosedLv 69 months ago
Yeah it's fine. ....