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Respected Members,
I am herewith furnishing two statements for your perusal. Please mention which is the correct one.
1. He is my cousin
2. He is my cousin brother
Looking forward to hearing from you.
With regards,
sri
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#1 only is correct.
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Thank you very much gentleman.

regards,

sri
We do not use 'gentleman' in the singular in direct address, Sri.

(Thanks, Avangi.)
well sri the first one is correct and the second one is not because u really cant say cousin brother..it dosnt make sence..i hope u get it
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soumaya because u really cant say cousin brother..it dosnt make sence..i hope u get it
You can, however, say:
my cousin's brother;
my brother's cousin.

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Of course you can argue that this is not relevant, since in the case of full brothers, your brother's cousin is your cousin, and your cousin's brother is your cousin.
In the case of "half brothers," it's debatable.
Hi, soumaya -- please use correct words and capitalization when posting here -- "i hope u get it" is not a very good model for students who are trying to improve their English. Thanks!
hi Khoff
well i should have sory but i didnt mean it the way you though..i meant what i taught her i hope she got it because i am not that well in teaching students so maybe she would not understand my meaning.
but thank you for pointing this out
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