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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109640: Either or Neither
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Either or Neither

    Either and neither both talk about 2 things or 2 people.


    Either = 'this one or that one'.

    Neither = 'not this one and not that one'.

    Attention!: not either = neither

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    1. of these shirts fits Edward. I must return them to the shop.

    2. Do you want pancakes or eggs for breakfast? , they both sound good.

    3. of the children speaks Chinese. They are not from China.

    4. of these dictionaries is good. Which one do you like better?

    5. of these dictionaries is good. I must buy a different one.

    6. I don't like of these two coats.

    7. Which coat do you like best? , they are both ugly.

    8. So, shall we watch the horror film or the comedy? , I like both kinds of films.

    9. we go to California on holiday this year or we stay home!

    10. of us has a car. We must take the bus.

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