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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125109: Both, either, neither
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    1. I like dresses, which one do you prefer ?

    2. ! Both are very pretty !

    3. of them is satisfied of their gift. They are too spoiled !

    4. My sister has twins, Peter and Harry. are inseparable !

    5. They work in London where they manage a travel agency.

    6. I don't trust of these thugs. They both lie.

    7. I'm really worried ! He wants drink nor eat. I'm going to call the veterinary.

    8. of these tennismen are the best of the championship. Who 'll win the cup ?

    9. From of us, we wish you a Happy New Year 2021.

    10. We can take off from Bordeaux or from Nantes. What do you prefer ? Either !









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