Either and neither - differences
Either means one or the other of two.
- There are roses on either side of the door.
- I dont like either of them.
Neither means not one and not the other of two.
- I like neither of them.
- Neither of my brothers can sing.
- You can have either of the two shirts.
- You can have any of the three shirts.
- You can have none of the three shirts. (NOT --- neither of the three shirts.)
Each and every
East, eastern, south, southern etc New!
Either and neither
Elder and eldest
End and finish
Especially and specially
Except and except for
Exchange for and exchange with
Ex and former
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