Used As An Adverb

By | April 15, 2019

Used As An Adverb

Used As An Adverb

Used As An Adverb

As an adverb, either is usually used when one negative statement follows another, and it is placed at the end of the second negative sentence in place of too and also.

Examples
  • I can’t lend him money and I can’t lend you either also.
  • He said he didn’t like me, and his wife said she didn’t either also.
  • “I can’t spell very well.” “I can’t either.” Or “Me, either .”

 As an adverb, neither is used to introduce a negative statement to add to the one that has just been made also.

Examples
  • Also“I don’t like hairy spiders.” “Neither do I.”
  • “I have never won much in a lottery.” “Neither have we.”
  • “I can’t spell very well.” “Me, neither.”

Used As A Pronoun