Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Either"

The meaning of "Either" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I didn’t like it either mean?
A: It means that you have the same opinion as the other person, or it can mean: one or the other of two people/ things for example

Person 1: I didn’t like that dress.
Person2: I didn’t like it either

1: I don’t eat meat
2: I don’t eat meat either

you can either have breakfast or have a shower

You can either call me at home or at the office
Q: What does Me either mean?
A: @WendyChou
It's like "me either", but in colloquial spoken language some people use "me neither". (I say/use me neither instead of me either)

A- I don't like getting up in the morning.
B- Me neither.
Q: What does me either mean?
A: That you agree with eat they said. They usually say something like "I don't like this" and you could say "me either"
Q: What does You're either with me or against me. mean?
A: You're either on my side
Or not on my side

Example sentences using "Either"

Q: Please show me example sentences with me either and me neither .
A: thank you !
Q: Please show me example sentences with neither either .
A: I am okay with either going bowling or going out to eat. either one of the options is okay with me
neither of those choices make me happy.
neither none
either both
Q: Please show me example sentences with neither either .
A: 1. I can come on either Monday or Friday.
2. I can come on neither Tuesday nor Thursday.
Q: Please show me example sentences with neither ... nor / either... or / both ... and.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with neither / either.
A: 1. Neither your food, or his food is good.
2. I either like steak or shrimp the most.
Either is generally for positive statements, and neither is generally negative.

Synonyms of "Either" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between me either and me neither ?
A: I think they are the same in this instance, when you say "me" or "you" like that.

I like the park- me too!
I don't like the park- me neither/either

but, "either you or him needs to go"
vs "neither you or him needs to go". these are different. i dont know if you already understand this difference or not, so let me know if you need it explained
Q: What is the difference between either me and me either ?
A: it’s correct, but if you wanted to be formal, you can say “neither do I”
most people will just say “me either”
Q: What is the difference between me either and me too ?
A: "me too" can be used almost anywhere where something they say is also true for you.
"I have so much work to get done for tomorrow"
"Me too."
"I'm so tired."
"Me too."

"me either" is often used to agree with a negative statement, but some people will say "me neither" because "neither" is used in negative sentences. To me, "me either" doesn't sound correct when used like this, but I know other people feel differently. It's pretty much what you're used to
"I didn't like that movie"
"Me either/me neither"
"I couldn't understand a word she said."
"Me either/me neither"

However, you can also agree by saying "me, either" at the end of a sentence with a space between the two words:
"This isn't very clear."
"It isn't very clear to me, either."
"She's not very nice."
"She's not very nice to me, either."
Q: What is the difference between me either and me neither ?
A: "Me either" is incorrect.
I am an English teacher in Japan, and unfortunately they teach kids "me either" in junior high school, which is wrong.
Q: What is the difference between Me,too and Me either ?
A: "Me too" is mostly agreeing with a positive statement.

"Me either" is agreeing with a negative statement.

"I love to eat cake", "Me too".

"I don't like eating vegetables", "Me either".

Other questions about "Either"

Q: Me either Does this sound natural?
A: Number 2 would be right.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce me either.
A: the first is either. Most times I say "me neither" which is the second
Q: I don’t like her.
I don’t like her either Does this sound natural?
A: yes, if that comes from 2 different people, yes its natural
Q: Me either Does this sound natural?
A: It is depends on how you are using it. Either is to respond positively and neither is negative.

For example :

I don't like spinach. — neither do I.

I don't like spinach.— I don't like it, either.

Me either is generally not used on its own because it is grammatically incorrect. However, most Americans say it this way anyway.

Me neither is correct and is used after a negative sentence. It means the same as me too or so do I. Also used to change the subject of the sentence.

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