Can "either...or" be used for more than 2 options?
e.g: I will go either to Canada, U.S.A, England or Ireland next vaction.
- I will spend my money on either a new pair of shoes, jewelry or a new purse.
Some purists dislike it, but many would use it. To avoid trouble, you could just drop 'either', which would make the sentences more accurate. Personally, I'd prefer them without.
What Tdol said. :wink:
Drop the "either" if you are going to use more than two options.
I agree with the other two. I don't think one need be a purist to dislike "either/or" for multiple options. :wink:
Originally Posted by Andréa
Though one is.
Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
Or not. :wink:
Originally Posted by tdol