LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||15/SET/2013 11:44 PM|
|Assunto:||somebody else, pls?|
"You'll be in dire straits _______ you stay _______ run away."
Well, by the "rule" coming from this site:
Either … or is used to talk about a choice between two alternatives.
I understand that the above sentence isn´t about choice of alternatives.
Unless, of course, you deem staying or running away choices. Yet I think as the end result is the same, the gaps would be filled by "wether-or".
Anyway, this comment is just a kick-off, I appreciate further comments on the subject.
By the way, a good question!
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