In English Either or Neither can be as a pronoun, determiner, conjunction or an adverb.
1. Used as a PRONOUN
2. Used as a DETERMINER
3. Used as a CONJUNCTION
4. Used as an ADVERB
5. USING ‘NOR’ WITHOUT NEITHER
|2. Used as a Determiner|
I have viewed both cars but I don’t really like either one very much.
There is a door at either end of the room.
Either he is telling the truth or you are.
We can ride either horse. (Either horse = a noun, so we don’t say ‘either horses; either = this horse or the other horse. I don’t mind riding one of them.)
Neither book is mine. (‘Neither book’ is treated as a noun, ‘is’ not ‘are’ is used. The sentence means both the books are not mine.)
Neither twin wants to be physically separated from the other.
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