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    #1

    negative+both

    Hello everyone,

    1. I saw 2 cars but I didn't like either of them.
    2. I saw 2 cars but I didn't like both of them.

    Can I use "both" in a negative sentence?

    Thank you.

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    Re: negative+both

    #2 doesn't work.

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