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either
They have two brothers, but I don't know none/either/no/neither of them.
either
They are both very good, so none/either/no/neither of them can win the tournament.
either
You can park your car on none/either/no/neither side of the road.
none
They are all very clever, but none/either/no/neither of them is clever enough to find the solution.
no
I am afraid that none/either/no/neither doctor can save him now.
none
None/Either/No/Neither of his friends was able to help him.
neither
None/Either/No/Neither of his two brothers could help him.
none
None/Either/No/Neither of them has come back yet.
either
I've never been to the states. "I haven't neither/either/too/both."
either
I don't eat seafood and my husband doesn't neither/either/too/both.
both
Neither/Either/Both Mike and Jim have red hair and blue eyes.
both
There has been a build-up of military troops on neither/either/any/both sides of the Korean border in recent weeks.
both
I failed my driving test because I didn't keep neither/either/no/both hands on the steering wheel.
both
He has written two spy novels, neither/either/none/both of which have been made into television series.
neither
I asked two people to help me start my car, but neither/either/none/both of them knew what to do.
both
I really think it's important to listen to neither/either/too/both sides of the argument.
either
I was sitting in the restaurant at the table with smokers on neither/either/any/both side of me.
both
Neither/Either/Both my parents are chemists.
either
Neither/Either/Both candidate would be ideal for the administrative job.
neither
We've got two VCRs, but neither/either/any/both works properly.
both of
Both/Both of/Neither/Either us were very tired.
both
I couldn't decide which of the two shirts to buy. I liked none/both of/both.
either
Do you want tea or coffee? "Either/Both/Neither. I don't mind."
both
Both of/None/Both Ann and Tom were late.
neither nor
Neither/Also/Either Liz too/no/either/nor Robin came to the party.
either or
I'm not sure where he's from. He's neither/also/either Spanish nor/too/or Italian.
neither nor
She said she would contact me but she also/neither/either wrote too/either/no/nor phoned.
no
Parallel parking usually occurs on the side of streets where there are both/all/no/any parking facilities, because it leaves enough room for the traffic to pass.
neither
What day is it today - the 18th or the 19th? "Either/Neither/Both/None, It's the 20th."
both of
There were two windows in the room. It was very warm, so I opened both/both of/neither of them.
every
All/Both/Either/Every child over five has to go to school in England.
all
All/Both/Either/Each/Every children over five have to go to school in England
none
Have you got any books on holidays in Scotland ? -"No, I'm sorry, neither/any/none at all."
each
There are five secretaries in our office. All/Both/Either/Each/Every of them can speak at least one foreign language.
every
Jack gets up each/both/every at six Saturday.
all
All/Both/Either/Each/Every the interesting women I meet are already married.
none
All/Both/Either/Each/None of the hand-bags in the shop was what I was looking for, so I didn't buy one.
both either neither
I saw two lovely hand-bags in a shop this morning. They were so nice that I bought them…
each
Jack has three brothers. Both/Either/Each/Every of them is a good football player.
no
Since either/no/neither one knows the future, who can tell someone else what is to come?