Is it proper grammar to say "I need to choose between apples and oranges" or "I need to choose between apples or oranges"?
It is proper to say "I need to choose between apples and oranges"
You can think about the logical relations given by and or, or. And is both or is one or the other
"or" is the proper way
Defiantly "Or" since it's asking you to choose between two subjects, being you can go with this or you can go with that.
Personally, I would say, "I need to choose either apples or oranges." Once the word between was used, 'and' became the proper conjunction.
Well the correct answer turned out to be 'and'/ Thanks for your help eveyone
I think that if you use the word 'between' it is always 'and'
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