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    He is both strong and courageous.

    He is both strong and courageous.

    I have transformed the sentence as follows? "In addition to" are the words provided. Which is correct?

    Thanks.

    In addition to being strong, he is courageous.
    In addition to being courageous, he is strong.

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    Re: He is both strong and courageous.

    Both are fine.

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