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    "and" or "or"

    As to the following sentences, may I have a advice on which one is better? thank you in advance
    1. Without focus, itís easy for people to make mistakes and neglect important details.
    2.Without focus, itís easy for people to make mistakes or neglect important details.

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    Re: "and" or "or"

    Quote Originally Posted by bean066 View Post
    As to the following sentences, may I have a advice on which one is better? thank you in advance
    1. Without focus, it’s easy for people to make mistakes and neglect important details.
    2.Without focus, it’s easy for people to make mistakes or neglect important details.
    They are equal in my opinion. But they have different meanings. It is a matter of both versus one or the other.

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    Re: "and" or "or"

    bean, you must not have read my post here (click on the underlined link).

    It is very tiresome having to repeat myself.

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