Question: How do you use either in a sentence?

Either is used when referring to a choice between two options. For example, “Either one deserves to win.” Or, “Either you leave, or I will phone the police.” It can also be used in a negative way, instead of the words also or too.

How do you say either or both?

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What is either-or in grammar?

1.Either / or - used in a sentence in the affirmative sense when referring to a choice between two possibilities. We can either eat now or after the show - its up to you. Neither / nor - used in a sentence in the negative sense when you want to say that two or more things are not true.

Whats another way to say either-or?

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What is mean either-or?

used to refer to a situation in which there is a choice between two different plans of action, but both together are not possible: Its an either-or situation - we can buy a new car this year or we can go on holiday, but we cant do both.

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