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I need some help to clarify a grammar rule. I hope someone can help me please.
Basically, i am trying to say there is a corner in AnnPan library and also KaySiang library that displays the books.
Is it correct to use "a corner" or "there are corners in both" (reader may mistaken many corners in 1 library) ?
"There is a corner in both AnnPan and KaySiang libraries that displays many books on contemporary interior design."
"Both AnnPan and KaySiang libraries have a corner that displays many books on contemporary interior design"