- For Teachers
1. Any of the two books is useful.
2. Either of the two books is useful.
3. Either book is useful.
Are the above sentences correct?
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I would not use the word any if there were only two choices.
I would say: "Each of the two books is useful," or your sentences numbers 2 & 3.
Using either implies that you will use one or the other.
Using each implies that you can use one, the other, or both.