Are the following sentences correct?
My mother or father doesn't like coffee. (i.e. either one of them doesn't like)
My mother and father don't like coffee. (both don't like)
What is the reason for ...
Amelia and Jessie are a great team when they play tennis together.
Is this sentence correct or not? Team is a collective noun but the phrase "are a great team" seems to be out of order. How to deal ...
How appropriate is in English the use of a single adjective to modify several nouns?
Can we say: different places and orientations instead of different places and different orientations?