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Thread: And / Or


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    And / Or

    What do these mean?

    1. I can't seem to read or write any letters with this application.
    2. I can't seem to read and write any letters with this application.

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    #2
    Neither mean that much to me- they are both grammatically possible, but don't make much sense- what are you trying to say?


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    #3
    I'm am trying to say I have this computer program but it doesn't seem to be working.

    What do these mean?
    1. I can't seem to read or write any letters with this computer program.
    2. I can't seem to read and write any letters with this computer program.

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