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Thread: Or / And


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    Or / And

    Scenario:
    Q:So you have MasterCard or a credit card?

    What do these mean?
    1. A: I have don't have MasterCard or a credit card. ('Or' sounds odd in here, what does this sentence mean? If it is incorrect, how can I correct it?)
    2. A: I have don't have MasterCard and a credit card.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Or / And

    Quote Originally Posted by jack
    Scenario:
    Q:So you have a MasterCard or a credit card?

    What do these mean?
    1. A: I have don't have MasterCard or a credit card. ('Or' sounds odd in here, what does this sentence mean? If it is incorrect, how can I correct it?)
    2. A: I have don't have MasterCard and a credit card.

    Thanks.
    Here are the possible answers:

    A: I have a MasterCard and a credit card.
    A: I don't have a MasterCard.
    A: I don't have a credit card.
    A: I don't have any cards.

    I hope, that is helpful for you.

    Kind regards,
    Dany

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