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    Post Is this correct?

    There are two men on either side of the door= Four men, two on each side of the door.
    There are two men, on either side of the door = Two men, one on each side of the door.


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    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by aous02 View Post
    There are two men on either side of the door= Four men, two on each side of the door.
    There are two men, on either side of the door = Two men, one on each side of the door.
    I agree with you

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