Both, neither, either exercises

We use these three words only when we speak about two objects. “Both” means a and b, “either” means a or b, “neither” means not a and not b. We can also name two objects by saying “both a and b”, “neither a nor b”, “either a or b”. Three words have their own grammatical features that need to be studied and worked through in practice. Our exercises are specially designed to practise and help you memorise certain aspects of the topic.

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How to use both (of), both and, either (of), either or, neither (of), neither nor.