I recently encountered two sentences -
- Cars made in Japan are better than those made in Korea.
- here, "those" cannot be omitted
- Prices of mangos in Thailand are much lower than (those) in England.
- here, "those" can be omitted
Can anyone please help why in the 1st sentence "those" cannot be omitted but can be omitted in the 2nd sentence? They look like having the same structure to me.
Thank you! VC