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Help with question Hi, everyone Should you say "The country is facing both a Zika and (a) dengue crisis" or "The country is facing both Zika and dengue crises"? And "They are looking for a cure for both Zika and dengue virus" or "They are looking for a cure for both Zika and dengue virusES" or "They are looking for a cure for both THE Zika and dengue virus" Among THESE OPTIONS, which one is right? Thank you very much
Aug 19, 2018 12:22 AM
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hi The country is facing Zika and dengue crisis. They are still looking a cure for both (problems or viruses) that occurs in the country. I don't know if Zika is a virus that's why I used problems but if both Zika and dengue are viruses then you can use viruses . you must not be redundant in using some words helping and linking verbs
August 19, 2018
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August 19, 2018
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