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  • BOTH, NEITHER, EITHER Grammar
  • WORK IN PAIRS. LOOK AT THE PHOTO AND DECIDE WHETHER THE STATEMENTS BELOW ARE TRUE OR FALSE.
    • Both the mother and the daughter have curly hair.
    • Neither of them has red hair.
    • Both the father and the mother have fair hair.
    • Neither the son nor the daughter is happy.
    • The father looks either Latino or Italian.
    • Both the daughter and the son are teenagers.
    • It is either spring or summer.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • WORK IN PAIRS. LOOK AT THE PHOTO AND DECIDE WHETHER THE STATEMENTS BELOW ARE TRUE OR FALSE.
    • Both the mother and the daughter have curly hair. TRUE
    • Neither of them has red hair. TRUE
    • Both the father and the mother have fair hair. FALSE
    • Neither the son nor the daughter is happy. FALSE
    • The father looks either Latino or Italian. TRUE
    • Both the daughter and the son are teenagers. TRUE
    • It is either spring or summer. TRUE
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • WORK IN PAIRS. LOOK AT SENTENCES AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT WAY TO FINISH THE RULES BELOW.
    • Both the mother and the daughter have curly hair.
    • Both the father and the mother have fair hair.
    • Both the daughter and the son are teenagers.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • RULES for “both (… and)”
    • It refers to…
      • 2 people / things
      • more than 2 people / things
    • Its meaning is…
      • exclusive (one or the other)
      • inclusive (positive)
      • inclusive (negative)
    • When it is part of the subject, the verb is…
      • plural
      • singular
  • ANSWERS
    • Both the mother and the daughter have curly hair.
    • Both the father and the mother have fair hair.
    • Both the daughter and the son are teenagers.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • RULES for “both (… and)”
    • It refers to…
      • 2 PEOPLE / THINGS
    • Its meaning is…
      • INCLUSIVE (POSITIVE)
    • When it is part of the subject, the verb is…
      • PLURAL
  • WORK IN PAIRS. LOOK AT SENTENCES AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT WAY TO FINISH THE RULES BELOW.
    • Neither of them has red hair .
    • Neither the son nor the daughter is happy.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • RULES for “neither (… nor)”
    • It refers to…
      • 2 people / things
      • more than 2 people / things
    • Its meaning is…
      • exclusive (one or the other)
      • inclusive (positive)
      • inclusive (negative)
    • When it is part of the subject, if the “second” subject (“daughter” in the example) is singular the verb is…
      • plural
      • singular
  • ANSWERS
    • Neither of them has red hair .
    • Neither the son nor the daughter is happy.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • RULES for “neither (… nor)”
    • It refers to…
      • 2 PEOPLE / THINGS
    • Its meaning is…
      • INCLUSIVE (NEGATIVE)
    • When it is part of the subject, if the “second” subject (“daughter” in the example) is singular the verb is…
      • SINGULAR
  • WORK IN PAIRS. LOOK AT SENTENCES AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT WAY TO FINISH THE RULES BELOW.
    • The father looks either Latino or Italian.
    • It is either spring or summer.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • RULES for “either (… or)”
    • It refers to…
      • 2 people / things
      • more than 2 people / things
    • Its meaning is…
      • exclusive (one or the other)
      • inclusive (positive)
      • inclusive (negative)
    • When it is part of the subject, if the “second” subject is singular, the verb is SINGULAR.
  • ANSWERS
    • The father looks either Latino or Italian.
    • It is either spring or summer.
    Image: photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    • RULES for “either (… or)”
    • It refers to…
      • 2 PEOPLE / THINGS
    • Its meaning is…
      • EXCLUSIVE (ONE OR THE OTHER)
    • When it is part of the subject, if the “second” subject is singular, the verb is SINGULAR .