So, Neither, Either and Both

Additions are clauses or short sentences that follow a statement. They can express similarity to or contrast with the information in the statement. The additions are used to avoid repetition. For that, we can use So, Neither, Either and Both.

Neither and Either have 2 different pronunciations:




Let’s practice them:

Now a little challenge:

That’s it guys!



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