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    #1

    I don't need English usage or/and grammar books

    I don't need English usage or/and grammar books because I have a good English tutor.

    Should it be 'or' or 'an'? I think it should be 'and'.

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    #2

    Re: I don't need English usage or/and grammar books

    I don't need English usage or/and grammar books because I have a good English tutor.


    Your sentence sounds fine to me.

    You could say:
    I don't need English usage or grammar books because I have a good English tutor.
    I don't need English usage and grammar books because I have a good English tutor.

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    Re: I don't need English usage or/and grammar books

    Thanks, Mad.

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    #4

    Re: I don't need English usage or/and grammar books

    Quote Originally Posted by mad1982 View Post
    I don't need English usage or/and grammar books because I have a good English tutor.

    Your sentence sounds fine to me.

    You could say:
    I don't need English usage or grammar books because I have a good English tutor.
    I don't need English usage and grammar books because I have a good English tutor.
    You wrote: You could say ... Would it be correct to write: "You can say...?

    Thanks again.

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