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    #1

    have a problem with both of them

    1-I have a problem with both of these political parties.
    Does this necessarily imply that I have the same problem with both?
    I don't think it does.

    2-I have problems with both of these political parties.
    Does this necessarily imply that I have more than one problem with each of them?
    Could it be used if I had one problem with each?
    Could it be used if I had one problem with one and more than one with the other?

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: have a problem with both of them

    1. No, not the same problem with both.
    2. Multiple problems with both.

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