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    both, either, neither - for two groups

    Hi,

    please can you tell me whether "both, either, neither" can be used for two groups?
    E.g. "I like both, dogs and cats." Is the comma correct there?

    Thank you.

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    Re: both, either, neither - for two groups

    I like both dogs and cats.

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