Nossa dica de inglês dessa semana é sobre como usar as palavras both, either e neither. Confira:
We use both/either/neither to talk about two things or people:
Both means one and the other.
Rosemary has two children. Both are soccer players. (= both children)
A: Do you like rock or pop?
B: Both. (= rock and pop)
Either means the one or the other
Would you like tea or coffee? You can have either.
Neither is used to mean none of two or more.
A: Do you want to go to the movies or the theater?
B: Neither. I want to stay at home. (= not the movies or the theater).
Ann has two sisters and a brother. Both sisters are married.
Last year I went to Paris and Rome. I like both of them very much.
There are two ways from here to the station. You can go either way.
I read two books but neither of them was very interesting.
There are two pictures on the wall. I didn’t like either of them.
Essential Grammar in Use. Raymond Murphy. Cambridge University Press.