Either iwithout or

Hi friends. Im from Argentina and my English is not the best but Im able to handle it. It would be a pleasure to meet some of you guys.

My humble question is the following: and the next line the narrator used either but he never said or after. Is it correct this way??

"You either put yourself in the position to deserve it, to be around people to want to help to care of you. Luck came by, you were able to capitalize on it."

Thanks Friends. Im here to whatever you need!!!!

Apr 25, 2019 12:58 PM
Comments · 1
Indeed, it's not correct! There should be an "or" to balance the "either" in this context. Maybe there is an "or" in the next sentence? It's not always in the same sentence.
April 25, 2019