Is this sentence correct:
[color=red]1) At the library, for certain films there are two or even more copies, but for Antonioni’s ‘Blowup’ there is only one copy.
[color=blue]2) The library has two or even more copies of certain films, but there is only one copy of Antonioni’s ‘Blowup’.
Yes, that’s all right. ‘Certain films’ in this sentence suggests - these films in particular.
OK - but it would not usually be phrased in that way.
The library has two or more copies of certain films, but only a single copy of Antonioni’s ‘Blowup’.
A slight variation but hardly worth mentioning. Is your objection to the use of ‘even’?
No, look at the posting times of the previous messages and you will be able to surmise that I was typing my reply when you posted yours. I didn’t even see it.
Yes, I know but i am referring to -