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By: jentankq (offline)  Tuesday, October 05 2010 @ 08:42 AM CDT (Read 2108 times)  
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The poorest man wanted the food to be satay. He wanted the food to be chicken wing. (too)

How should i join both sentences together?

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By: AVE (offline)  Wednesday, October 06 2010 @ 12:31 AM CDT  
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From your question it's not clear if the poorest man wanted the food to be satay AND chicken wing, or etiher satay OR chicken wing. Anyway here is a suggestion for any of the two situations:

1. The poorest man wanted the food to be both satay and chicken wing.
2. The poorest man wanted the food to be either satay or chicken wing.

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By: MissSunshine11 (offline)  Wednesday, August 24 2011 @ 09:18 AM CDT  
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Its either:

The poorest man wanted the food to be both satay and chicken wing.
The poorest man wanted the food to be either satay or chicken wing.


We can use these sentences.

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