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    #1

    either ... or

    It / easy/ find/ book/either/ author/ title
    I write:
    It is easy to find a book with either the author or the title.
    but when I check the key: It is easy to find a book either with the author or the title.
    Is mine true or the key true? or both are correct?
    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: either ... or

    Quote Originally Posted by tranlam1609 View Post
    It / easy/ find/ book/either/ author/ title
    I write:
    It is easy to find a book with either the author or the title.
    but when I check the key: It is easy to find a book either with the author or the title.
    Is mine true or the key true? or both are correct?
    Thank you
    They are functionally the same. I prefer the first.

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    #3

    Re: either ... or

    I would use 'by' instead of 'with.'

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