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Reply to "If I were half as serious about my life(as I am while playing games) i'd be a millionaire."

Hi, Ashraful—It depends on the context in which the sentence is uttered or written. If the context makes the point of comparison clear, the second "as"-phrase will be unnecessary. If you do add it in (1), you should change "while" to "about": "If I were half as serious about my life (as I am about playing video games) I'd be a millionaire now." And in (2) it would be good to change "my genetics" to "my genes": "I wish my genes were half as good (as his)."

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