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    • BOTH- EITHER- NEITHER Yılmaz AZMAN Teacher of English
    • BOTH Both refers to TWO people or things. It has a positive meaning and it takes a verb in the plural. It’s the negative of NEITHER / NOT EITHER.
    • EXERCISES
      • James and Robin are students.
      • Both James and Robin are students.
      • They are both students.
      • Both of them are students.
      • Both boys are students.
      • I play the guitar and sing a song.
      • I both play the guitar and sing a song.
      • John can drive a car. Tom can drive a car.
      • Both John and Tom can drive a car.
      • They both can drive a car.
      • Both of them can drive a car.
      • Both boys can drive a car.
    • ALL
      • All refers to more than two people or things. It has a positive meaning and takes a verb in the plural. It is the opposite of none.
      • All the children laughed.
      • All of them laughed.
      • They all laughed.
      • All three of them laughed.
    • NONE
      • None refers to more than two people or things. It has a negative meaning and isn’t followed by a noun.
      • Are there any biscuits left? - no, none .
      • How much coffee do you want ? – none.
    • None of
      • None of is used before nouns or object pronouns followed by a verb either singular or plural. It is the opposite of ALL .
      • None of us know you.
      • None of the students came early.
      • None of four boys know how to ride a bike
    • EITHER / NEITHER
      • Either (= any of two)
      • Neither (=not one and not the other)
      • Either and Neither refer to two people or things and are used before singular countable nouns.
    • examples
      • Would you like to drink coke or fanta?
      • Either. ( it makes no difference .)
      • Neither. ( none of the two )
    • Either of
      • Either of + singular / plural noun
      • Either of the students is / are intelligent.
      • Either of them is / are married.
      • Either of us was / were at home last night.
    • Neither of
      • Neither of + singular / plural noun
      • Neither of them is / are at home now.
      • Neither of you is / are lazy.
      • Neither of us was / were at home last weekend.