lovelyweather
on each side of road or on both side of road ?
Jun 5, 2010 3:48 AM
Answers · 4
The meaning of those two is the same. Both are just fine =)
June 5, 2010
"on both sideS of THE road." :)
June 5, 2010
Hi Lovelyweather They're both correct, and usually interchangeable, but depend on context. For instance: Both: "the tractor is so wide it has to use both sides of the road" (at the same time) Each: "There was a house on each side of the road" Either: "Men were standing on each side / both sides of the road"
June 5, 2010
on each side of the road on both sides of the road both are alright ^__^
June 5, 2010
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