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The pairing either/or is used to group two people or objects in a positive statement. If you use “either”, you must use “or” When using either/or, it is also important to remember that the verb agrees with the noun that is closest to it.

Examples: Either my sister or my brother is going to win the race. Either the goaltenders or the team captain is going to make the final call on the game strategy.

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