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# I decided that I would either take my daughter to the cinema

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Manager
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I decided that I would either take my daughter to the cinema [#permalink]

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07 Jun 2009, 06:56
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I decided that I would either take my daughter to the cinema or go by myself.
a. I would either take my daughter to the cinema or go by myself.
b. I either would take my daughter to the cinema or go by myself.
c. I would either take my daughter to the cinema or else I would myself go.
d. either I would take my daughter to the cinema or go by myself.
e. either I would myself go to the cinema or take my daughter

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07 Jun 2009, 09:57
D.

Either is required before "I would" and parallel.
VP
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07 Jun 2009, 15:03
humans wrote:
D.

Either is required before "I would" and parallel.

I disagree. Option D says "either I....or....go."-----> one is a suject pronoun and the other is a verb

I choose option A as my answer. Option A says "either take....or.....go"--->both are verbs
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07 Jun 2009, 19:07
tarek99 wrote:
humans wrote:
D.

Either is required before "I would" and parallel.

I disagree. Option D says "either I....or....go."-----> one is a suject pronoun and the other is a verb

I choose option A as my answer. Option A says "either take....or.....go"--->both are verbs

I choose A as well

Either take ... or ... go is parallel
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Joined: 07 Jun 2009
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08 Jun 2009, 00:13
I take A too.

<either take ... or go> Completely parallel.
Senior Manager
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08 Jun 2009, 06:43
Why not B ?

B also looks attactive..

I either XXX or XX..
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08 Jun 2009, 06:46
Neochronic wrote:
Why not B ?

B also looks attactive..

I either XXX or XX..

you have a point. But I am thinking that B would be correct if the structure is this way 'either would X or would Y' ..

so missing 'would' after 'or' makes B wrong? that is my logic ..
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08 Jun 2009, 07:13
Neochronic wrote:
Why not B ?

B also looks attactive..

I either XXX or XX..

because the construction here is:

either would....or go

in order to apply "would" to all the following verbs, you have to place the "would" before "either." So in option A, it says:

would take...or....would go

whenever you need to repeat a certain word, you will have achieved that when you place that word right before "either."

and remember, the construction should be: it's either A or B

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Re: cinema   [#permalink] 08 Jun 2009, 07:13
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