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'I don't have both' - is this sentence correct grammatically? If it is not then what is the correct way to say it?
Let's say Alice says 'I have an apple and a banana.'
Now, Bob does not have any of those fruits.
Then, he says, "I do not have both". Does it sound more like he does not have both at the same time (an AND condition) but he might have one of them & hence not 'both'?
Or, does it sound more like he has none of those fruits?