ZÁJMENA BOTH, EITHER, NEITHER - EXERCISES

 

 

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E1/ DOPLŇTE EITHER NEBO NEITHER

 

1.

From our windows you could see the trees on - side of the garden.

2.

Do you want chips or rice? - , I am not hungry at all.

3.

I cannot agree with - of you.

4.

I do not play the guitar, and I do not play the piano - .

5.

Do you want to speak to one of those two boys? Sure, I want to speak to - of them.

6.

They are both liars. I don't believe - of them.

7.

I saw two paintings and - was nice.

8.

He has lived in Chicago and Los Angeles, but he doesn't like - .

9.

Do you want to speak to one of those two girls? Oh no, I want to speak to - of them.

10.

Can Albert speak French or German? - , he is too stupid.

11.

Red wine or white? No thank you. I like - .

12.

They gave me two grammar exercises and - is correct.

13.

Here are two books, you can have - of them.

 

 

E2/ TVOŘTE VĚTY S BOTH PODLE VZORU:

 

1.

They love the two children. They love both children.

2.

I liked the two films.

3.

Please, open the two windows.

4.

We visited the two towns.

5.

The two of your eyes are good.

 

 

E3/ PŘELOŽTE POMOCÍ EITHER, EITHER OR, NEITHER,

       NEITHER NOR

 

1.

Žádný z těch dvou není šťastný.

2.

Buď se mýlíš ty, anebo já.

3.

Ani nepije, ani nekouří.

4.

Obě metody jsou správné.

5.

Martin a Jana byli pozvaní, ale žádný z nich nepřišel.

6.

Na obou stranách ulice jsou chodníky.

7.

Řidič mě buď neviděl, nebo nechtěl zastavit.

8.

Ani vedoucí, ani zástupce nebyli přítomní.

 

 

E4/ DOPLŇTE DO VĚT BOTH, EITHER, NEITHER

 

1.

Do you want tea or coffee?   .......... I really don’t mind.

2.

What day is it today – the 18th or the 19th? ............... . It’s the 20th.

3.

There are two sandwiches here. Do you mind which I take? No, take ............... .

4.

Where did you go for your holidays – Scotland or Ireland? We went to .............. .

A week in Scotland and a week in Ireland.

5.

When shall I phone you, morning or afternoon? ............... . I’ll be in all day.

6.

Where is Kate? Is she at work or at home? ............... . She’s away on holiday.

 

 

E5/ DOPLŇTE DO VĚT BOTH, NEITHER, EITHER

 

1.

............... of my parents are from Paris.

2.

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 ............... way.

3.

I tried twice to phone George but .................... times he was out.

4.

............... Tom’s parents is English. His father is Polish and his mother is French.

5.

I saw an accident this morning. One car drove into the back of another. Fortunately ............... driver was injured but ............... cars were quite badly damaged.

6.

I’ve got two sisters and a brother. My brother is working out but ............... my sisters are still at school.

 

 

E6/ NAPIŠTE VĚTY S DVOJICEMI BOTH ... AND, EITHER ... OR,

      NEITHER ... NOR

 

1.

Tom was late. So was Ann.  (Both Tom and Ann were late.)

2.

She didn’t write and she didn’t phone.

3.

Bob is on holiday and so is Daisy.

4.

Peter doesn’t smoke and he doesn’t drink.

5.

Andrew hasn’t got a car. Carol hasn’t got a car either.

6.

It was a very boring film. It was very long too.

7.

Is that man’s name Richard? Or is it William? It is one of the two.

8.

I haven’t got time to go on holiday. And I haven’t got the money.

9.

We can leave today or we can leave tomorrow – whichever you prefer.

 

 

E7/ DOPLŇTE DO VĚT VÝRAZY NEITHER, EITHER, NONE, ANY

 

1.

We tried a lot of hotels but ............... of them had any free rooms.

2.

She took two books with her on holiday but she didn’t read ............... of them.

3.

She took five books with her on holiday but she didn’t read ............... of them.

4.

There are a few shops at the end of the street but ............... of them sell newspapers.

5.

You can phone me at .................... time during the evening. I’m always at home.

6.

I can meet you on the 6th or 7th. Would .................... of those days be convenient for you?

7.

Rupert and I couldn’t get into the house because .............. of us had a key.

8.

There were a few letters this morning but ............... of them were for me.

 

 

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