Is it either way or either ways?

Is it either way or either ways?

“Both ways” means that there are two ways of doing something. Or there are two things to be considered. For example: “Both ways of going to the airport will be fast.” “Both ways of doing this project will lead you to a good result.” “Either way” is used with no ‘s’ at the end of way.

What is the meaning of it’s up to you?

Meaning/Usage: Used to tell a person that they are the one to make a decision. Explanation: “Up to” is commonly used to indicate a decision. It is common to say, “up to her,” or “up to them,” or “up to me.” “It’s up to you, but I don’t think we should bother him.”

What does either way mean?

—used to say that whether one or the other of usually two possible decisions, actions, or results is chosen the result will be the same I’m not sure if I will take the bus or train, but either way I will be there tonight.

How we use either in a sentence?

Either is used when referring to a choice between two options. For example, “Either one deserves to win.” Or, “Either you leave, or I will phone the police.” It can also be used in a negative way, instead of the words also or too.

What is the correct way to say either?

Using English phonetics, [ EE-ther ] and [ AHY-ther ] are both correct.

What is either or in grammar?

1.Either / or – used in a sentence in the affirmative sense when referring to a choice between two possibilities. We can either eat now or after the show – it’s up to you. Neither / nor – used in a sentence in the negative sense when you want to say that two or more things are not true.

What type of word is either?

Either is a determiner, a pronoun, an adverb or a conjunction.před 6 dny

What is an example of either or?

Either/or – used together to offer a choice between two things. For example: You can either call me at home or the office. Either mum or dad will come to pick you up.

Where do we use either or?

Correct Use of Either Either is used when you are making a comparison between two ideas, and only one of the ideas will come to pass. Example: “Well,” said Frank, “either you start fearing, or you are camping by yourself.”

Can a sentence start with either?

Yes, of course, a sentence can start with “either.” “Either Goku or Vegeta won the fight in Dragon Ball Z.” “Either you come home before 6, or I’m not going to the party – and that’s final!”

Can either mean both?

Yes, that’s right. In general, it turns out that sometimes either is distributive, essentially meaning both or all, and sometimes it is exclusionary and so applies to just one out of the set.

Can I say me either?

But! Many native English speakers do say ‘me either’ instead of ‘me neither’. Yes, you will hear ‘me either’ often, but it is not correct. Do not use it in an exam.

Can either be used for 3 things?

“Either” allows you to choose between options. You can have either soup, salad, or breadsticks. This is a perfectly acceptable construction. It means you can only have one of the three.

Do You Say Me neither or me either?

You can hear people say it but no, you should say “me neither”. I’d say the difference is between correct and incorrect. To use “either”, you need to have a “not” or “don’t” or some form of negation. Like “I don’t either”.

Do you say me either or neither?

Both me either and me neither mean approximately the same thing, but neither is grammatically precise. To understand why, we’ll consider how they are often expressed. Person 1: “I don’t feel like going to work today.” Person 2: “Me either” (or “Me neither”).

How do you use neither and either in a sentence?

Either means ‘both’, ‘one’ and neither means ‘not either’, ‘none’. Either is used in negative constructions, while neither is used in affirmative constructions. – I’m broke. What about you? – I don’t have any money.

Is it I cant wait either or neither?

Neither is the contraction of not either and has a slightly different meaning to either . It’s the old rule of “neither-nor and either-or”. Neither you nor I can wait. (You can’t wait and I can’t wait.)

Can’t wait to meet you reply?

Senior Member. Although ‘I can’t wait to see you too’ is perfectly understandable, I would say ‘I can’t wait to see you either’. More colloquially, you might say ‘Same here’, ‘Same for me’, ‘Me too’ and aztlaniano’s ‘Neither can I’, although I always think this last one suggests you cannot wait to see yourself.

Can’t wait to see you too either?

This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. The word “too” is not used in negative constructions.

How do you respond to I can’t make it?

Today I’m going to teach you some different phrases you can use in this situation.

  1. I won’t be able to make it = I can’t go.
  2. That’s too bad / That’s a shame.
  3. I’m sorry to hear that / I’m sorry that…
  4. We’ll miss you.
  5. Maybe next time.
  6. Learn spoken English phrases.

How do you say I can’t come to your party?

Examples of Informal Regrets I’m sorry I won’t be able to attend your thirtieth birthday party on Saturday. I’ll be out of town that weekend, visiting old friends during our class reunion. I’m disappointed because I would love to celebrate with you. I’m sure everyone will have a fabulous time.

How do you say I can’t make it to your party?


  1. Thank the invitation: Thanks so much, but….
  2. Express regret (= say that you are sorry): I’m so sorry I can’t make it. It sure sounds like fun! Unfortunately,..
  3. Give an excuse (= say why you can’t go): I already have plans for Saturday.

How do you say maybe in a nice way?

Polite Ways to Say Maybe in English

  1. Perhaps I can make it. Let me check my calendar.
  2. Perhaps it will work. Let me think it over.
  3. I’m not sure whether I can but I’ll check my calendar and let you know.

How do you politely say no to a friend?

Here are three points to remember when you’re using this particular script—or something similar—to say “no” to a friend.

  1. Say it Fast. Don’t keep your friend hanging for days or weeks, hoping she’ll “forget” about it.
  2. Explain Why—Briefly.
  3. Propose Something Else.