Are there any expressions which sound more natural than the following?
This book has many printing errors, but content-wise it's second to none.
- cmac'mLv 58 months agoFavourite answer
Instead of 'this book', put the title. Take out 'many' and use a different word 'numerous' or 'several'. You could elaborate on the many printing errors. No comma before 'but'.
The book has numerous printing errors but content-wise it's the best.
- JohnLv 78 months ago
Or "but in terms of content it's......"
- Anonymous8 months ago
This book has many printing errors, but its content is excellent.