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Both means 'the one and also the other of two persons/things etc'.
To mean 'none of the two', we use neither, not both…not.
We often drop the or a possessive after both.
With a determiner
Note that both of us/you/them can be the subject or object of a clause.
Both can be put after pronouns used as objects.
Note that these meanings can also be expressed by using the structure both (of) + noun/pronoun.
Both … and …
The same kind of words or expressions usually follow both and and.
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