LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||11/SET/2005 11:50 AM|
While I was studying I read on a book: Jean and Paul are both wearing blue jeans.
OKay, I have two questions about it:
1- Why is "Both" after "are"? Does it have a rule?
Could I say " Both Jean and Paul wearing blue jeans. Does it have the same meaning?
2- Jeans is plural like shorts, pants, etc. How can I write this sentence using a singular word:
Jean and Paul are both wearing a blue shirt. Is it correct?
Thanx - Have a great weekend
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