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Either means one or the other of two. It is used before a singular noun.
The verb is usually singular, but it can be plural in an informal style.
Object pronouns after either of
We use object pronouns (them, us) after either of.
The pronoun referring back to either + noun/pronoun can be singular or plural.
After mentioning a negative idea or fact, we can add another negative point by using not Ö either.
Either Ö or is used to talk about a choice between two alternatives.
Note that either introduces the first of two alternatives.
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