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either both I usually say. Both verb tenses are correct in this sentence. But I wonder if it is wrong because you do not use them at the same time . Should it be either tense is correct? Anyone explaining a little bit Thankyou ever so much
Feb 1, 2014 6:39 PM
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Already answered so I'll just give an example. I like both milk and lemon but I want either milk or lemon in my tea, not both!
February 2, 2014
Either = one OR the other Both = one AND the other
February 1, 2014
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