When to use either or neither in a sentence?

When to use either or neither in a sentence?

When to use either or neither in a sentence?

Either means 'both', 'one' and neither means 'not either', 'none'. Either is used in negative constructions, while neither is used in affirmative constructions. - I'm broke.

How do you use me neither in a sentence?

Me-neither meaning (colloquial) Used to say that a negative-containing statement of the previous speaker applies to the speaker as well. "I don't go there any more." / "Me neither."

How do I teach either and neither?

The easiest way for students to figure out which term to use is to look for a negative word in the sentence (usually “not”). If there is a negative word, use either. If not, use neither. Tell them to think of the first letter “n” in neither as replacing “not” or “never.” BE

How do you use either and neither in sentences and give examples?

When they act as pronouns, either means “one or the other,” while neither means “not one or the other.” For example: “Either of these roads go to London.” “Neither of my kids are strong enough to lift this.” BE

What is the difference between "me neither" and "me either"?

  • Both indicate agreement in response to something said by another speaker. "Me neither" indicates agreement with a negative statement; "me either" indicates agreement with a positive statement. "Me either" is almost exclusively an American expression.

When do you use both, either or neither?

  • Either means 'both','one' and neither means 'not either','none'. Either is used in negative constructions,while neither is used in affirmative constructions. ...
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What is the difference between either and neither?

  • Here is the difference. "Either" and "neither" are both singular adjectives meaning "one or the other, out of two options.". BUT "Neither" means "not the first option and not the second option.".

What is meant by 'either' and 'neither'?

  • When used as an adjective either means " one or the other of two people or things ," and neither means " not one or the other of two people or things ." In other words, neither means "not either." The following example sentences show this use. You may borrow either book. [=you may borrow one or the other of the two books]

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