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  1. deynassour@hotmail.fr
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    Question student

    not only john but also bob is a student. or:
    not only john but also bob are students.


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    Post Re: student

    I would choose the first one, but don't base on my reply.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: student

    There are various ways to express the meaning you want. I'll offer you the one closest to the structure you've provided:

    Ex: Not only John, but also Bob (is a student).

    Does that help?

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    Re: student

    Quote Originally Posted by Carmenn View Post
    I would choose the first one, but don't base on my reply.
    If you are not a teacher, you need to state that clearly.


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    #5

    Post Re: student

    Sorry then...i admit, my reply was not clear.

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