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    #1

    either ... or ...

    In my understanding "either ... or ..." is used to show a choice of two things/people.


    Is it possible to say, "Either Paul or John or George must go there."?

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    Thumbs up Re: either ... or ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Snappy View Post
    In my understanding "either ... or ..." is used to show a choice of two things/people.


    Is it possible to say, "Either Paul or John or George must go there."?
    Yes, it is.


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    Re: either ... or ...

    Either ....... or...... - for positive statements

    neither........nor.....- for negative statements

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