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    "Use either of the following..."

    Hi,

    I came across a sentence which says "...., use either of the following method:". Is this correct?

    Or should it be "use either one of the following method:"?

    Thank you!

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    Re: "Use either of the following..."

    Quote Originally Posted by Shirley8 View Post
    Hi,

    I came across a sentence which says "...., use either of the following method:". Is this correct?

    Or should it be "use either one of the following method:"?

    Thank you!
    They would both be ok with 'methods'.


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    Re: "Use either of the following..."

    Thank you!

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