# English

1. He can not only swim but also dance.
2. He not only can swim but also can dance.
3. Not only he can swim but also he can dance.
(Are they all grammatical? Which one is commonly used?)

4. He is not only strong but also fast.
5. He is fast as well as strong.
(Are they the same, right?)

6. He speaks not only English but also Chinese.
7. He not only speaks English but also Chinese.
8. He not only speaks English but also speaks Chinese.
(Are the three all grammatical? Which one is commonly used?)

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1. 1, 2, and 3 are grammatical, but 2 is most common.

The others are correct.

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