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    #1

    Not only .... but you also didn't...

    Hi,

    - Not only were you late, but you also didn't have a good excuse.
    - Not only were you late, but you didn't have a good excuse, either.

    Which one seems OK to you? I think the second one sounds better.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Not only .... but you also didn't...

    They are both OK. (I also think the second one sounds better. (You don't need the second comma there.))


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