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listen to any/either ...
Does "I don't listen to any of them" and "I don't listen to either of them" mean the same? Are they correct?
Re: listen to any/either ...
'either' applies to a choice between two alternatives. 'any' is unlimited in this respect. Both your sentences are fine.
Originally Posted by GUEST2008
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