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The shape of an archery bow looks like a big lip.

>23. She looks like an archery >bow with big lips.
>I'm not sure about this one-->maybe she has a narrow waist >between large breasts and large >hips...and big lips!

Crawford Kilian

I think you're right!


Dear Sir,
Could you tell me whether the sentence: 'I don't like both of them' is correct?
I know that: ' I don't like either of them' is better but can I use the first option?
Best regards,

Crawford Kilian

Hi, Ala--

We would use "both" when the statement is positive: "I love both of them." When the statement is negative, we use "either": "I don't like either of them."

Thanks for a good question!

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