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Here is a very confusing grammatical questions. But you don’t
need to answer the question. I just want to know how you find it.
John didn’t go to the party, and Mary didn’t either.
That is, ……….
1) both of them didn’t go to the party.
2) either of them went to the party.
3) John and Mary never went to the party together.
4) neither of them went to the party.
The correct answer is 4) and I know why. What I’d like to know is
whether you sometimes misread 1) to mean the same as 4).
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