Complete the sentences with both/neither/either.
There are two sandwiches here. Do you mind which I take? No, take ***.
Do you want tea or coffee? — Either of them, I really don’t mind.
What day is it today — the 18th or the 19th? — Neither. It’s the 20th.
There are two sandwiches here. Do you mind which I take? — No, take either.
A: Where did you go for your holidays — Scotland or Ireland? B: We went to both. A week in Scotland and a week in Ireland.
When shall I phone you, morning or afternoon? — Either. I’ll be in all day.
Where’s Kate? Is she at work or at home? — Neither. She’s away on holiday.