'Either...or' and 'neither...nor'


Grammar — Intermediate Level
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Complete each sentence choosing the correct option.

  1. The cellphone he bought has higher specifications, and it is not expensive  

  2. Everyone can wear   a black   red dress in the party. Sheila opts to wearing a black dress.

  3. I will eat   chicken   red meat for lunch. Instead, I will have tofu.

  4.   of the two agreed to pay the electric bill, so it got disconnected.

  5. Camilla's room is very tide, and it is small  


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  1. Give two sentences using either...or and neither...or.


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      • to choose one thing instead of another — often + for
      • a detailed description of work to be done or materials to be used in a project : an instruction that says exactly how to do or make something — usually plural


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