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Ja, das Komma ist zwingend. Ich zitiere aus den offiziellen Rechtschreibregeln: § 74 Nebensätze grenzt man mit Komma ab; sind sie eingeschoben, so schließt man sie mit paarigem Komma ein. […] Sie sah gesünder aus, als sie sich fühlte. Dieses Beispiel bestätigt, dass derartige Konstrukte mit als wie alle anderen Nebensätze behandelt werden. ...


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preface The sentence is completely fine as it is. It is ambiguous as described in the comments and the other answer. But people speak like that (well, except they don't say "Lande") and they understand each other. There is no need to rephrase it; it is fit for print. Also, the possible double meaning has no bearing on the question itself and is henceforth ...


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In a written text (which it quite likely is, because "auf dem Lande" would be used only by exclusively educated people with very refined, not to say Mannerist speaking habits), "Ich bin jetzt nicht so glücklich wie früher auf dem Lande" leaves open the question A) whether you were happy when you used to be in the country as opposed to now being somewhere ...


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Wegfahren (drive off) is focussing on a short movement from a given location without concern for a final destination, although this movement might as well be only the beginning of a longer journey. The means of transport is usually a private one, a car, motorcycle, bicycle, etc.: Fahr von dort weg, du stehst im Halteverbot. Ich fahre noch kurz ...



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