1. Not only the daughter but also her mother is beautiful.

2. Not only is the daughter but also her mother beautiful.

Please correct the sentences.

anonymousPlease correct the sentences.

They are both awkward. For one thing, the structure "not only … but also" suggests a surprising correlation, and it is hardly surprising that a beautiful mother would produce a beautiful daughter.

Both mother and daughter are beautiful.

The daughter is as beautiful as the mother.