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Using either – and neither too!


In this context the same meaning as “also” or “as well”.

“I like football too.”



Describing a choice or selection of items.

“I’ll buy you either a dress or shoes. Not both.”



Negative form of “either” – for negative ideas and statements.

“I don’t like football.” “Me neither.”



Linking negative statements. (Negative of “either…or…”)

“I am neither hungry nor tired.”


Please see the BBC page below for a far better explanation:


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