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What's the main difference of either and neither?

Your definition of "either" is incorrect. It means more like "one or the other". "Neither" is "not" + "either", so it means something like "not ...
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What's the main difference of either and neither?

I want neither (one). = I don't want either (one). They mean: I want neither food A nor food B. I do not want either food A or food B. Mnemonic trick: Think of verbs: I don't eat pastry. I eat no ...
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