Imagine shopping for roses today
and being presented with two bouquets to choose from. If you like
both of them equally, you might say to the florist, "Either
bouquet is fine with me."
If, on the other hand, you dislike
both bouquets, then you might say, "Neither bouquet suits me.
Please show me two different ones."
Remember to avoid forming a double
negative, however. Do not say, "I don't like neither." Instead,
say "I don't like either." Although the words seem plural, also
remember that they are both singular, meaning "neither one" and
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