“Either” in a Sentence (with Audio)

Examples of how to use the word “either” in a sentence. How to connect “either” with other words to make correct English sentences.

either (det, pron, adv): both; used when referring to a choice between two possibilities; used in negative sentences instead of “also” or “too”

Use “either” in a sentence

We can either eat now or after the show – it’s up to you.
You can park on either side of the street.
I don’t know either of them.
“Do you prefer pork or beef?” “I don’t like either.”
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing”-Helen keller
I don’t know either of them.

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