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    either

    -I ve never been to Paris.
    -I never, either.

    Is the usage of either right? (in sentences negative in meaning)


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    Re: either

    It has to be used instead of a negative : as well/too


    I can't drive
    I cant' drive either not I can't drive as well/too

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    Re: either

    Quote Originally Posted by tasdibek View Post
    -I ve never been to Paris.
    -I never, either.

    Is the usage of either right? (in sentences negative in meaning)
    No.

    I've never been, either.
    I haven't, either.
    I haven't been, either.
    Neither have I.

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    Re: either

    What about this?
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    I never have, either.

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    #5

    Re: either

    Quote Originally Posted by dihen View Post
    What about this?
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    I never have, either.
    That's fine.

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