Neither was vs neither were

2 Short Passives Activities + So vs Neither vs Nor

2 Short Passives Activities + So vs Neither vs Nor A) 1. Is celebrated 2. Hold 3. Wear 4. Were used 5. Is spoken B) 1. The walls were covered with flowers by Jonathan’s cousin.

November 23rd,2019

ТЕСТ: Both/Neither-All/None

16 There were lots of people in the house but ___ of them were able to escape fire. A neither B both C none 17 I’ve been to the museum and to the gallery. I should say ___ places are worth visiting. A both B neither C none 18 Do you prefer black tea or green one? ___. I always drink coffee.

November 23rd,2019

QT-ESL 60 Either/Or vs Neither/Nor 2

Either/Or vs. Neither/Nor (2) Hi! I’m Marianne Raynaud, and I’m here to help you improve your level of spoken English. If you find this episode too difficult, please try some of our earlier ones that may be better suited to your level. In a previous episode we trained expressing alternatives with either/or for a

November 23rd,2019

GLM Either-Or, Neither-Nor, Both-And

‘Neither’ must be preceded by a positive statement as we never use two negative forms in the same sentence. e.g. : Wednesday is neither the first nor the last day of the week.

November 23rd,2019

2 Short Passives Activities + So vs Neither vs Nor

2 Short Passives Activities + So vs Neither vs Nor A) 1. Is celebrated 2. Hold 3. Wear 4. Were used 5. Is spoken B) 1. The walls were covered with flowers by Jonathan’s cousin.

November 23rd,2019

NAME: DATE: GRAMMAR WORKSHEET EITHER (OR) / NEITHER

Neither / nor 2. either 3. either 4. nor 5. Neither 6. or 7. neither / nor 8. Neither 9. Neither 10. either 11. Neither / nor 12. either / or 13. Neither 14. or 15. either Grammar Note: (From the American Copy Editors Society) A tricky agreement problem: Neither-nor When two subjects are joined by neither-nor or either-or, choosing the right

November 23rd,2019

EITHER/OR - EITHER/NOR

EITHER/OR - EITHER/NOR SINGULAR vs PLURAL 1. Neither Jeremy nor Sam IS/WAS in the shop. 2. Neither the brushes nor the paints ARE/WERE on the tables. 3. Either an apple or a banana IS/WAS in the bag. 4. Either Mary or her parents ARE/WERE going to pay the bill. 5. Neither John nor Anthony HAS arrived yet. EITHER/OR - EITHER/NOR TEST 1.