Either/or and neither/nor

Hello dear english learners

In this course, we will talk about some expressions used in the english language: Either/or & Neither/nor.

  • Either/or:

Either and Or are used together in a sentence to compare two things or two actions and just one can happen. Example:

– Either you go to school or you go home.

This example means that you have to choose one of the two actions, you can’t go to school and go at home in the same time.

  • Neither/Nor:

Neither and Nor are used in a sentence to say that two things/actions can’t happen.

– I could neither laugh nor cry.

This example means that I can’t laugh and I can’t cry, the two things are impossible.

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