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شرحنا في الدرس السابق ⇐ {Future will}
Both/All/Neither/None/Either

We use both:
نستخدم both لكل من:
• in affirmative sentences. It takes a plural verb and it indicates that something is true
for two people or things.
الأمثلة:
Ameer and Khaled are from Saudi Arabia.
Both of them live in Riyadh.
They both live in Riyadh.

We use all:
نستخدم all لكل من:
• in affirmative sentences. It takes a plural verb and it indicates that something is true for more than two people or things.
الأمثلة:
Jack and his parents like skiing.
All of them like skiing.
They all like skiing.


NOTE:
Circle the correct words.
Alan So, did you bring any computer games?
Bill Yeah, I brought four so you can choose. Here...
Alan Sorry Bill, but I’ve played all four of these.
And they’re old and boring.
Bill Really? Now what? Let’s watch TV.
Alan I checked the TV guide. None of the
programmes are any good. I don’t want to
watch them.
Bill Hey, what about this documentary about
tigers?
Alan I didn’t see that. I like documentaries.
Bill Me too. Now let’s order something to eat.
Indian or Chinese?
Alan Either is fine.
Bill OK. Indian then.
1. All / None / Neither of the computer games Bill brought are new.
2. Neither / Either / Both of the boys want to watch the documentary.
3. Alan likes all / either / both Indian and Chinese food.
Both and all are usually followed by a noun or of + noun / pronoun. When they refer to the
subject of the sentence, they can be placed at the beginning of the sentence or before the
main verb but after the verb be.
All/Both (of) my classmates can speak French. My classmates can all/both speak French.
All/Both of them can speak French.


We use neither:
نستخدم neither لكل من:
• in affirmative sentences to give them a negative meaning. It takes a singular or plural verb. It shows that something is not true for either of two people or things.
الأمثلة:
Fred and Tom are lazy.
Neither of them exercises/exercise.

We use none:
نستخدم none لكل من:
• in affirmative sentences to give them a negative meaning. It takes a singular or plural
verb. It shows that something is not true for more than two people or things.
الأمثلة:
My friends and I are travelling to London next
week. None of us has/have ever been to
Great Britain before.

NOTE:
Neither and none are usually followed by of + noun / pronoun.
الأمثلة:
Neither/None of the children like chicken.
Neither/None of them like chicken.

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