English Grammar – Using Both … and, Definiton and Example Sentences
Both … and refers to two things or people together. It is always considered plural in a sentence.
- You can be both mother and business woman.
- Both Alice and Susan have to comply with the rules.
- I used to like playing both football and basketball when I was young.
- They are both tired and hungry after shopping.
- He is both smart and resourceful.
- My father was both happy and sad when I got married.