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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22003: Both/either/neither/both of/ either of/ neither of.
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    1. Last year I went to Paris and Rome. I liked cities very much.

    2. There were two pictures on the wall. I didn't like them.

    3. It was a good football match. teams played well.

    4. It wasn't a good football match. team played well.

    5. Which jacket do you prefer, this one or that one? I don't like them.

    6. I bought two newspapers. Which one do you want? It doesn't matter which one.

    7. Amina has got two sisters and a brother. I've met her brother but I haven't met her sisters.

    8. Is your friend Algerian or English? . She's American.

    9. Samira and I didn't know the time because us had a watch.

    10. Amina has got two sisters and a brother. sisters are married.









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