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    listen to any/either ...

    Hello

    Does "I don't listen to any of them" and "I don't listen to either of them" mean the same? Are they correct?

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    Re: listen to any/either ...

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hello

    Does "I don't listen to any of them" and "I don't listen to either of them" mean the same? Are they correct?
    'either' applies to a choice between two alternatives. 'any' is unlimited in this respect. Both your sentences are fine.

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