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Using either – and neither too!

Too

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

“I like football too.”

 

Either

Describing a choice or selection of items.

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

 

Neither

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

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

 

Neither…nor…

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

“I am neither hungry nor tired.”

 

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

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/grammar/learnit/learnitv113.shtml

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