English Grammar : article, syntax, verbs conjugation, English spelling

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The words either, neither, and both are all used to talk about how two objects relate to each other. “Either” means “X OR Y” (but not both): “Was either of the drivers hurt in the accident?” Either John OR Carol can do the job.” “Neither” means “NOT X and NOT (NOR) Y.” Although people often use “or” with “neither,” it is more grammatically correct to use “nor”: Neither Frank nor John came to the party.” Neither of the music stores has the CD.” “Both” means “X and Y”: “I've got holes in both of my shoes!” Both the front tire and the back tire are flat.”

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