talking about two pairs of boots: help!

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One pair are snow boots and the other are black leather boots.
asked Oct 24 '12 at 02:58 Liv Ab New member

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You could use WHILE instead of AND, since the boots are different.


Also, one pair is singular; omit the second "boots".


One pair of boots is for snow while the other is black leather.

link comment answered Oct 24 '12 at 15:57 bellbottom New member

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