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    Lightbulb at both or both at?

    Hi

    can I get help with deciding which of the following sentences is more correct

    The opposition was directed at both the Americans and the Russians.

    Or

    The opposition was directed both at the Americans and the Russians.

    Thank you in advance

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    Re: at both or both at?

    Quote Originally Posted by sseif View Post
    The opposition was directed at both the Americans and the Russians.

    Or

    The opposition was directed both at the Americans and at the Russians.
    Both are now possible. The first is more likely, in my opinion.

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