Eather or either

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Eather
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Either

Either

Conjunction

Definition:

Used before the first of two (or occasionally more) given alternatives (the other being introduced by ‘or’)

Examples:

  1. Either I accompany you to your room or I wait here
  2. Available in either black or white

Either

Adverb

Definition:

Used before the first of two (or occasionally more) given alternatives (the other being introduced by ‘or’)

Examples:

  1. Either I accompany you to your room or I wait here
  2. Available in either black or white

Either

Determiner

Definition:

One or the other of two people or things

Examples:

  1. There were no children of either marriage
  2. Their mortgage will be repaid if either of them dies

Either

Pronoun

Definition:

One or the other of two people or things

Examples:

  1. There were no children of either marriage
  2. Their mortgage will be repaid if either of them dies

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