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"Either" is singular in form followed by "was" instead of "were" in the past Nouns

"Either" should be used only to refer to one of two items. "Any" is required when more than two items are involved,

"Either" is singular in form followed by "is" instead of "are" Nouns

"Either" should be used only to refer to one of two items. "Any" is required when more than two items are involved,

Double Negative - not un... (adjective) Double Negative

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - we Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George
Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - they Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George
Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - she Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George
Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - he Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George
Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - I Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George
Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - us Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George
Possessive Determiner Pronoun Before Gerund - them Determiner

The use of a possessive determiner pronoun before a gerund lends formality.

György Chityil - George