• Either, Neither or Too? Video and Exercise

    Many students in our English classes have difficulty knowing when to use either, neither or too when they want to agree or disagree with something. The words have similar meanings, but very specific uses.

    For example, if your friend says, “I don’t like sushi,” if you want to agree with this statement do you say, “Me neither,” Me either,” or “Me too?”

    Watch the video below to learn more about using either, neither and too, and then see if you can complete the exercises.


    Choose the correct answer below. Write your answers in comments and we will respond.

    1. Kevin: “Do you want tea or coffee?”  Freddy: “_____ I will have water.”

    a. Me too

    b. Either

    c. Neither

    d. I don’t too

    2. Kevin: “Do you want to go to a movie, or stay home?” Freddy: “I don’t care, _____ sounds nice to me.”

    a. neither one

    b. either one

    c. me too

    3. Kevin: “I don’t like oysters.” Freddy: ” _____, they are disgusting.”

    a. Me too

    b. Me either

    c. Me neither

    d. I don’t too

    4. Kevin: “She loves New York City.” Freddy: ” _____, it’s a beautiful city.”

    a. Me too

    b. Me either

    c. Me neither

    d. I don’t too

    5. Kevin: “Will you move to the United States or stay in Brazil?” Freddy: “____ one is possible for me.”

    a. Me too

    b. Either

    c. Neither

    d. I don’t to

    Ok, thanks! Contact us if you have questions.

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