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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110394: Neither - Either
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I | Speaking | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Neither - Either


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    1. She isn't going to have lunch and he isn't .

    2. His father never lets him go to a party, does his mother.

    3. Mary doesn't want to go to the party tonight. - do I.

    4. My daughter doesn't like onions. - Oh, my daughter doesn't .

    5. My boss might not be in the office tomorrow, and I might not .

    6. She didn't buy a car and did her boyfriend.

    7. I have never been to England and has my son.

    8. Her son wasn't at home yesterday, and her daughter wasn't .

    9. I wasn't happy this morning and was my friend.

    10. My aunt won't go to the pool, and I won't .

    11. The woman won't be at her work on time, and her coworker won't .









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