Either and neither in negative sentences
Both of them are used as a "too" in a negative way.
You need to use it with a negative verb and at the end of a sentence:
- I don't know Julia. I don't know her either.
You need to use it with a positive verb and at the beginning of a sentence:
- I don't like chocolate. Neither do I.
Either and neither in another context
It can be used in sentences to mean "any of the two":
- For lunch I'm eating either chicken or beef.
It can be used in sentences to mean "none of the two":
- Neither of these books is about time travel.
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