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Neither and negative sentences

Is it correct to say a negative sentence and then to use "neither"? For example: "i don't drink neither water nor beer" or i just have to say "I drink neither water nor beer"??. Today in my school's english class, my teacher was showing us how to use "neither, nor" and used this sentence "Let's see either on monday or tuesday" and i asked if i can use "neither, nor" instead of "either, or" but she told me that's incorrect because the sentence is positive and for using "neither" it should be negative, but i learned the opposite on Internet.
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