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    for usage/ for that film

    Is this sentence correct:
    1) At the library, for certain films there are two or even more copies, but for Antonioni's 'Blowup' there is only one copy.


    Meaning:

    2) The library has two or even more copies of certain films, but there is only one copy of Antonioni's 'Blowup'.


    I think '2' is fine and that is the one I would use. I am not sure at all about '1'.

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    Navi.

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    Re: for usage/ for that film

    Use 2, and "two or more" rather than "two or even more".

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