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    #1

    I have a question about "either"

    I have written the following text:

    Our fat guard suddenly shouted. He demanded Seiko watches and cash.
    He raised his rifle above my head and wanted to beat me because I did not have either.


    My question is: do I need to add "either of them" or "either" alone is enough?

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    #2

    Re: I have a question about "either"

    It is fine either way.

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