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    There were both cheers and boos

    I am wondering if my sentence is grammatically correct.

    There were both cheers and boos in the audience when the prime minister announced he would not stand for reelection.

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    Re: There were both cheers and boos

    It works for me.

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    Re: There were both cheers and boos

    Consider also "from the audience."

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