Both, Either or Neither? Learn them in 3 Minutes (video + quiz)
I recently taught a student that confused these three words. I didn’t realize how confusing they can be until I started explaining the mistake he made. It is confusing! They are all used in a similar way but can greatly change the significance of the sentence. Take this example:
Are you Japanese or Korean?
Neither, I’m Thai.
Actually I could be either. I was adopted and don’t know my biological family.
Both. My father is Korean and my mother is Japanese.
Do you see how each of these changes the meaning of the sentence! Well, I have a video explaining the rules and there is a quiz to test yourself afterword. I hope this can clarify for you some of the confusion!
Ready for the quiz? Click here!