When we using either or we thinking about two object like either do or not, either red or green. So I've to ask if we could use rather than for list.
Like: Which are your favorite fruits?

  • Apple
  • Banana
  • Orange
  • Grape

  • So can I say I like them all rather than apple and banana?
    And if this isn't correct then what we can use?


    "I like them all other than apples and bananas" would be most common. "Rather than" is used in front of an infinitive verb to show a contrary choice. Such as: "He chose to eat the apple rather than eat the grape."

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