Complete the sentences with both/neither/either. Use of where necessary.
I tried twice to phone George but *** times he was out.
Both of my parents are from London. (of)
To get to the town centre, you can go along the footpath by the river or you can go along the road. You can go either way.
I tried twice to phone George but both times he was out.
Neither of Tom’s parents is English. His father is Polish and his mother is Italian. (of)
I saw an accident this morning. One car drove into the back of another. Fortunately neither driver was injured but both of the cars were quite badly damaged.
I’ve got two sisters and a brother. My brother is working but both of my sisters are still at school. (of)