Both, Either, Neither, Nor and So
both … and …
I like both cats and dogs.
Jane likes cats. So do I.
not … either
Jane doesn't like cats. I don't like cats either.
either … or …
Jane either has a cat or a dog.
Jane doesn't like cats. Neither do I./Nor do I.
neither … nor …
I like neither cats nor dogs.
Find out why some parents think that their teenage sons or daughters have a lot in common with cats. (Don't take it too seriously, though.) ;o)
- cats teenagers turn their heads when you call them.
- You would hardly ever see a cat walking outside of the house with its master. would you see a teenager in public with his or her parents very often.
- A cat doesn't share your taste in music. A teenager doesn't
- cats teenagers can lie on the sofa for hours on end without moving.
- Cats expect you to prepare the food for them. do teenagers.
- If you tell a joke, your cat your teen will laugh about it.
- If you make a sudden move in their direction, cats teenagers get frightened.
- Cats do not improve your furniture. Teenagers don't
- Cats roam outside and often come home very late at night. do teenagers.
- Conclusion: no matter if you have a cat a teenager at home - it's all the same.