Super Easy Use of BOTH, EITHER, NEITHER English

Super Easy Use of BOTH, EITHER, NEITHER English – Basically, both, either, and neither in English are used to talk about two things, both living and non-living things. However, each has a different meaning and use. Then what’s the difference? Let’s see right here! BOTH Both means “both” or two objects and means positive. Both… Continue reading Super Easy Use of BOTH, EITHER, NEITHER English