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      • Native Language:
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      • Pakistan
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    • Join Date: Aug 2007
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    #1

    Wink Not only but also...

    Which is correct/
    1. He is not only my cousin but also a good friend.
    2. He is not only my cousin but a good friend also.
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    Dawood


    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    #2

    Re: Not only but also...

    He is not only my cousin but also a good friend.
    How you would most often hear it said.

    2. He is not only my cousin but a good friend also.
    Has a more formal, 'being particular how one speaks' ring to it. No off-hand, slovenly speech for this person!
    or, with the right emphasis, would also have the kind of meaning:
    He's much more than just a cousin - he's a damn good friend!

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