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    by either a car or a taxi

    I'll go either by a car or by a taxi.

    Can we also say 'I'll go by either a car or a taxi'?

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    Re: by either a car or a taxi

    I'll go by either car or taxi.
    I'll go either by car or by taxi.

    Both work, but only without the indefinite articles.

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