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Lisa, thanks for your reply.  I was really wanting to hear from the Holloways, as they use Debbie much more than either of us do. We are only there really twice a year, and try to minimize our costs with her by cleaning it so thoroughly before we depart each time. 

 

asked Aug 23 '11 at 04:06 twink New member

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Use "either of us" when you mean each of us two as individuals

 

Use "we" when you mean the two (or more) of us as a unit.

 

Hope that helps. 

link comment answered Aug 23 '11 at 09:10 Siân Harris Expert

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