Learn conjunction words in English grammar. In this article, we learn how to use correlative conjunctions both and, either or and neither nor in a sentence.
Both and refers to two things or people together. It is always considered plural in a sentence.
- She carves in both stone and wood.
- Nepal has frontiers with both India and China.
- My uncle has both a girl and a boy.
- I can speak both English and French.
- Either my father or my brothers are coming.
- Well, I think she’s either Russian or Polish.
- Either John or Jane has to give up their job.
- I left it either on the table or in the drawer.
This structure, neither nor is used to connect the same kind of word or phrase in the sentence. Neither makes a negative statement about two people or things.
- Love is neither bought nor sold.
- Neither my mother nor my father went to university.
- The weather is mild today, it is neither hot nor cold.
- We can neither change nor improve it.
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How to Use Both and – Either or – Neither nor Correctly?
Last Updated on August 3, 2023