"Either" is used in negative sentences. It is used to indicate agreement. "Either" usually comes at the end of the sentence or clause.
Directions: Is the sentence correct or incorrect?
1) My boyfriend does not want to get married. I don't want to get married either.
2) I don't like Mike. My friend likes him either.
3) I did not see the lunar eclipse. My friend did not see it either.
4) My brother did not go to college, but I went either.
5) My cousin did not come to the reunion. My aunt and uncle did not come either.
Directions: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer.
1) Person A: Perry does not like Jack.
Person B: I __________ __________ like him __________ .
2) Person A: Ethan did not pass the math test.
Person B: I __________ __________ pass the math test __________ .
3) Person A: I don't want to see Mark.
Person B: I don't __________ to __________ Mark __________ .
4) Person A: Joan does not play the piano.
Person B: I __________ __________ play the piano __________ .
5) Person A: Chris did not finish his homework.
Person B: I did not __________ the homework __________ .
Quiz 1 Answers
1) a. Correct
2) b. Incorrect
3) a. Correct
4) b. Incorrect
5) a. Correct
Quiz 2 Answers
1) do, not, either
2) did, not, either
3) want, see, either
4) do, not, either
5) finish, either