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    "has/have either of you"

    Can anyone help with this one? Which of the below statements is correct?

    "Has either of you read this book?"
    "Have either of you read this book?"

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    Re: "has/have either of you"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can anyone help with this one? Which of the below statements is correct?

    "Has either of you read this book?"
    "Have either of you read this book?"
    "Has" is correct. Has either (one) of you read this book?
    But you will hear people using both has and have.

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