could you show me some examples?
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either A or B (A is OK and B is OK, but I must select one or the other, either A or B)
neither A nor B (not A and Not B)
If I offer you a drink, I might say "Would you like tea or coffee?"
You might answer "Either one is good/I like either one/either tea or coffee is fine"
If you don't like tea or coffee, you might say "Neither one thank you (not tea and not coffee)"
This is a common mistake:
I don't like pizza.
I don't like it too. = WRONG!
I don't like it either.
Neither do I.
To agree with sth negative
using negative verb use either
neither is used with a positive verb:
-I don't like apple.
-Neither I do/ I don't either.
The pronoun Either refers to two persons or things and has two meanings: 1. one or the other; 2. both
Either may be a noun and adjective- pronoun
Examples: You may go by either road.
On either side of the river lie fields.
Neither is used both as a noun- and adjective-pronoun. If the subject or object of the sentence is a negative pronoun, the verb-predicate is in the affirmative form.
Examples: Neither answer was correct.
Neither of us mentioned him.
I saw neither of them.