BOTH EITHER NONE BOTH used for two things

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BOTH, EITHER, NONE

BOTH, EITHER, NONE

BOTH: used for two things, people, …affirmative sentences and plural verb. • Mary and

BOTH: used for two things, people, …affirmative sentences and plural verb. • Mary and Ann are both cousins. • Both of them are engineers. • Both (of the) chairs are taken.

BOTH …AND • BOTH … AND is used when something is true for two

BOTH …AND • BOTH … AND is used when something is true for two people, two things… Both my sister and my brother are doctors.

NEITHER OF: used for two people, two things, … Used in affirmative sentences. Sing/Pl

NEITHER OF: used for two people, two things, … Used in affirmative sentences. Sing/Pl verb Mary and Ann want to get a dog. Neither of them has/have had a pet before.

NEITHER…NOR: used when something is not true for two people or things, … The

NEITHER…NOR: used when something is not true for two people or things, … The verb is usually singular. Neither Mary nor Jean likes tennis.

EITHER…OR: used when something is true for one of the two people, things, …

EITHER…OR: used when something is true for one of the two people, things, … Either she was too busy or she didn’t want to come. You can have either coffee or tea; choose which one you prefer.

NONE is used for more than two people, things … It is used in

NONE is used for more than two people, things … It is used in affirmative sentences and gives a negative meaning. It takes a singular or a plural verb. It expresses the idea of “not a single one. ” All my friends love hip hop. None of them like/likes pop. None of my friends called me on my birthday.

Translate • Ninguno de mis parientes vive en Barcelona. • Has conocido a mis

Translate • Ninguno de mis parientes vive en Barcelona. • Has conocido a mis hermanos? Si, he conocido a los dos, Juan y Pablo. • Ni a mi hijo ni a mi hija les gusta el rap. • Al final tuve que elegir: o mi trabajo o mi hobby. • Podíamos o volar o ir en tren.

 • None of my relatives live/lives in Barcelona. • Have you ever met

• None of my relatives live/lives in Barcelona. • Have you ever met my brothers? Yes, I’ve met both, Juan and Pablo. • Neither my son nor my daughter likes rap. • In the end I had to choose: either my job or my hobby. • We could either fly or go by train.

Now try these online exercises. • http: //www. myenglishpages. com/site_php_files/gra mmar-exercise-either-or-neither-nor. php • http:

Now try these online exercises. • http: //www. myenglishpages. com/site_php_files/gra mmar-exercise-either-or-neither-nor. php • http: //www. bbc. co. uk/learningenglish/cours e/intermediate/unit-3/session-2/activity-2 • https: //www. usingenglish. com/quizzes/44. html • https: //www. englishgrammar. org/grammar-exercise -42/ • http: //www. polseguera. org/online_exams/exam. ph p? id=58&idioma=English