Does it mean I don't want (also) ? Or I don't want one of these two options or choices?
If either is pronoun, it must implies that there's a choice between two things.
If it's an adverb, I think the ...
I read here:
We don’t use both with a negative verb; we use either instead:
So which one of the following sentences is correct?
*A. You ...
Used before the first of two or more coordinates or clauses linked by or: no paraphrase with any is
WHETHER (conj.) 3. Either: He passed ...
Let's say, in a question on this site, I am giving you two sentences which I think probably carry the same meaning and I want to ask you if I can use either of them interchangeably. I feel like if I ...
The only thing we had to worry about was whether she would receive us
or slam the door in our faces. In any case, we had to go; we had to
find out who killed Richard.
The only thing we had to worry ...