Learn to use either-or correctly

Q.  Either you (1) /and he (2) / will have (3) / to pay. (4) / No Error (5)
- Published on 06 Jan 17

a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. 5

Formula 2: (Two persons - one quality/action - at least one does have that quality)

Either +Subject 1 +Or +Subject 2 +Verb/HV1 +Q/A
EitherAmitorKushalhasdone the work.
Here, action is one (done the work) and people are two (Amit and Kushal).
The work has been done by one of the two.
Replace 'and' with 'or'.

'Either..or' is used in pair.

The correct sentence should be: Either you or he will have to pay.

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