Have you ever wondered about the difference between ‘either' and ‘neither’? They’re very similar. So much so that even natives tend to simply use them interchangeably. But there is a slight difference.
We use them to agree with sentences which are negative grammatically. But we use ‘either' when the sentiment of the sentence is positive. For example:
‘I can’t believe we are going on vacation to Hawaii!’
Now, let’s look at a situation where we should use ‘neither' — a sentence with a negative meaning.
‘I can’t believe my mother called me an idiot!’
So, there’s the difference. But again — natives tend to simply use them interchangeably. So don’t sweat this super small difference.
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