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Commonly Confused Words

Either & Neither



Either - one or the other; it is used to state a choice between two or more things, people, situations etc.

  • You may take either bus to my house.
  • I have either mint tea or black tea.
  • We are going to visit either London or Paris this year.
  • I take either the bus or the train to school.

Neither - not one of two; not either; is used to mean none of two or more

  • That woman is neither pretty or ugly.
  • My sister is neither rich or poor.
  • The dogs are neither happy or sad.
  • Neither the train nor the bus run after midnight.

Each & Every

Each & Every Quiz

Ever & Forever

Elder & Older

Either & Neither

Especially & Specially

Everyday & Everyday

ESL & EFL

Even & Some

Figure Out & Discover

Fewer & Less

Fewer & Less Quiz

Fix & Healthy

Fix & Healthy Quiz

Figure & Figure Out

Fast Food & Junk Food

Floor & Ground

Floor & Ground Quiz

Flower & Flour

Flower & Flour Quiz

Following & Next & Preceding

Food & Meal

For & To

Fun & Funny

Fun & Funny Quiz

Grey & Gray

More Confusing Words

Confusing Words With A

Confusing Words With B

Confusing Words With C - D

Confusing Words With E - F - G

Confusing Words With H - I

Confusing Words With J - K - L - M - N - O

Confusing Words With P - Q - R

Confusing Words With S

Confusing Words With T

Confusing Words With T