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<p>BOTH, NEITHER, EITHERCoincidences</p> <p>Similarities 2 people/things</p> <p>Similarities 2 people/things</p> <p>Both restaurants are very good (A + B)</p> <p>Similarities 2 people/things</p> <p>Both restaurants are very good (A + B) Neither restaurant is expensive (not A + not B)</p> <p>Similarities 2 people/things</p> <p>Both restaurants are very good (A + B) Neither restaurant is expensive (not A + not B) We can go to either restaurant (or A or B)</p> <p>Similarities: Jobs</p> <p>Similarities: Jobs</p> <p>Similarities: Jobs</p> <p>Similarities: Jobs</p> <p>Both of them HAVE a good job (Peter + Mike)</p> <p>Similarities: Jobs</p> <p>Both of them HAVE a good job (Peter + Mike) Neither of them HAS a good job (Not John + not James)</p> <p>BOTH ... AND</p> <p>BOTH ... AND</p> <p>BOTH ... AND</p> <p>BOTH ... ANDI was BOTH tired AND hungry.</p> <p>NEITHER...NOR</p> <p>NEITHER...NORNEITHER Chris NOR Pat came to the party</p> <p>NEITHER...NORNEITHER Chris NOR Pat came to the party He said he would contact me, but he NEITHER phoned NOR wrote.</p> <p>NEITHER...NORNEITHER Chris NOR Pat came to the party He said he would contact me, but he NEITHER phoned NOR wrote. note: NEITHER is already negative, so the verb is in the affirmative.</p> <p>NEITHER...NORNEITHER Chris NOR Pat came to the party He said he would contact me, but he NEITHER phoned NOR wrote. note: NEITHER is already negative, so the verb is in the affirmative. Neither Chris nor Pat didnt come to the party.X</p> <p>EITHER...OR</p> <p>EITHER...ORIm not sure where is Maria from.</p> <p>EITHER...ORIm not sure where is Maria from. She is EITHER Spanish OR Italian (or one or the other, not both)</p> <p>BOTH VS. EITHER</p> <p>BOTH VS. EITHERBOTH: 2 things considered together.</p> <p>BOTH VS. EITHERBOTH: 2 things considered together. EITHER: 2 things considered separately.</p> <p>BOTH VS. EITHERBOTH: 2 things considered together. EITHER: 2 things considered separately. We can go to BOTH restaurants (one and the other)</p> <p>BOTH VS. EITHERBOTH: 2 things considered together. EITHER: 2 things considered separately. We can go to BOTH restaurants (one and the other) We can go to EITHER restaurant (one or the other, not both)</p> <p>short answers:</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE:</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! =</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE:</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE: I cant drive=</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE: I cant drive= NEITHER CAN I = Neither + aux. + subject</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE: I cant drive= NEITHER CAN I = Neither + aux. + subject DO / DOES/ DID: I came yesterday=So did I.</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE: I cant drive= NEITHER CAN I = Neither + aux. + subject DO / DOES/ DID: I came yesterday=So did I. Me, too / me, neither:</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE: I cant drive= NEITHER CAN I = Neither + aux. + subject DO / DOES/ DID: I came yesterday=So did I. Me, too / me, neither: I like pizzas. Me too!</p> <p>short answers:POSITIVE SENTENCE: Im very busy! = SO AM I = So + aux.+ subject NEGATIVE SENTECE: I cant drive= NEITHER CAN I = Neither + aux. + subject DO / DOES/ DID: I came yesterday=So did I. Me, too / me, neither: I like pizzas. Me too! Im not very hungry= Me, neither.</p> <p>Short answers: differences</p> <p>Short answers: differences</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy =</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy = Im not! (Subject + aux)</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy = Im not! (Subject + aux) I cant speak Japanese =</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy = Im not! (Subject + aux) I cant speak Japanese = I can! (Subject + aux)</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy = Im not! (Subject + aux) I cant speak Japanese = I can! (Subject + aux) DO/DOES/DID:</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy = Im not! (Subject + aux) I cant speak Japanese = I can! (Subject + aux) DO/DOES/DID: I didnt go to the meeting yesterday=</p> <p>Short answers: differencesIm very busy = Im not! (Subject + aux) I cant speak Japanese = I can! (Subject + aux) DO/DOES/DID: I didnt go to the meeting yesterday= I did!</p>