Is it either of them or neither of them?
In most cases, neither means “not either.” 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.
Is it I don’t have either or neither?
“I don’t have either of them” and “I have neither of them” both mean the same thing: There are 2 things and you have none of the two. “I don’t have any of them” is used in the case where there are 2 or more things and you have none of those.
What is the meaning of I don’t either?
This simply means that you too don’t do or like what the other person is saying. So basically you agree with them saying “i dont either” Other examples :~ A : I don’t like Pizza B : I don’t either. A : I don’t know how to solve this question B : I don’t either. You can also use “Me neither” for this matter.
Can we say either of them?
You can have either. “Either” is singular, and refers to one out of a choice of two, and therefore “either of them” would use a singular verb. Do not be confused by the prepositional phrase (“of them) describing “either.”
Where do we use either or neither?
Alone: either means “one of the two”; neither means “none of the two.” Use a singular verb. Either combines with or; neither combines with nor.
How do you use either and neither in English grammar?
- In negation: either comes last and combines with a negated verb; neither comes first and combines with a positive verb.
- Alone: either means “one of the two”; neither means “none of the two.” Use a singular verb.
- Either combines with or; neither combines with nor.
What does either or stand for?
noun. ether (defs. 3-5). Eather, the ancient Greek personification of the clear upper air of the sky.
What’s another word for either?
What is another word for either?
|each of two||one and the other|
What’s the difference between ” either ” and ” neither “?
None of those options appeal to me, either. but in those four cases, either is being used in its other context, and is roughly equivalent also or as well. I don’t want either of them. Either indicates a choice between two alternatives. Neither combines two negative ideas. Often with neither you repeat the options, joining them with nor.
When to say ” I don’t know either “?
When the friend asks you if you know the answer, you might reply, “I don’t know either.” “Either” is optional in this sentence. “I don’t know” would convey the same meaning. But… I don’t know either one of you. Well, like I say, I don’t know either of them. I don’t know either sometimes. I don’t know either, okay? I don’t know either, Mr Rifat.
When do you use either or in a sentence?
When you are presenting the choice of two different things, you can use both words “either… or” – with each item after the two words. Another way of using “either” is to express that you are happy with the two options, and you don’t mind which of them takes place.