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Autor:  Dale/RS
E-mail:  não-disponível
Data:  25/SET/2005 7:01 PM
Assunto:  both and either
 
Mensagem: 

"There are three on both sides of the street.
"It means that the sum is three. For example, there could be one on one side, and two on the other side."

 

I disagree.  The above sentence means that there are six trees; three trees are on one side of the street and three are on the other.

 

If there is a total of three trees along the street: (a) three can be on one side,  or (b) two can be on one side and one on the other. 

 

 


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
both and either  –  Hellen Keller  25/SET/2005, 4:45 PM
both and either  –  Tiago  25/SET/2005, 4:53 PM
both and either  –  Tiago  25/SET/2005, 4:59 PM
both and either  –  Heller Keller  25/SET/2005, 5:09 PM
both and either  –  Tiago  25/SET/2005, 5:19 PM
both and either  –  Hellen Keller  25/SET/2005, 5:28 PM
both and either  –  Tiago  25/SET/2005, 6:11 PM
both and either  –  Tom  25/SET/2005, 6:54 PM
 both and either  –  Dale/RS  25/SET/2005, 7:01 PM
both and either  –  Tiago  25/SET/2005, 7:04 PM
both and either  –  MARCO  25/SET/2005, 9:55 PM

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