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    LeTyan is offline Member
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    the use of "either"

    Hi,

    "Your dress is so beautiful!" "Oh! Yours is not bad either!"
    Does the word "either" sound redundant in here?


    Thank you!

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: the use of "either"

    No. It's fine.

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