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    She is both a singer and ...... dancer.(should we use A or leave the sentence as it?)

    She is both a singer and ...... dancer.(should we use "a" or leave the sentence as it?)

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    Re: She is both a singer and ...... dancer.(should we use A or leave the sentence as

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    When you use the construction both... and..., you'd normally make sure that the two elements after both and and are of parallel structure. In other words, keep the other indefinite article in.

    She is both a singer and a dancer.

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