Similarities and Differences – Solution Examples | Meaning Into Words Grade XI

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Similarities and Differences – Complete Guide
For: Class 11 / English Grammar
Meanings Into Words

1. Positive and negative ‘arguments’ structures. I have got a cat.
I’ve got one too. → So I have
I enjoyed the film. → I did too. → So did I.
I don’t like dogs. → I don’ like them either. → Nor do I. Neither do I.
I can’t sing. → I can’t either → Nor/Neither can I.

2. ‘Myself’
I don’t like dogs. →No, I’m not very fond of them myself.
I enjoyed the film. →Yes, I quite like it myself.

3. ‘Both’, ‘either’, ‘neither’.
We have both have been to China. →Both of us have been to China.
Neither of them knows how to read.
Does either of the room have a bath?

4. ’Both ….. and …..’ and ‘Neither …….. nor …….
Both Iceland and Norway are famous for fishing.
Neither tea nor coffee is good for you in large quantities.

5. ‘Where as’
In Mexico they speak Spanish, where as in Brazil they speak Portuguese.

Example:
1. Respond to the following remarks in two different ways. Use these words:
So, nor/neither, too, either

1. I have been to Denmark. (my sister)
a) So has my sister. b) My sister has too.
2. My father drives a Fait. (my father)
a) So does mine. b)…….
3. I haven’t tasted steak and kidney pie before. (Tom)
a) …… b)……….
4. My parents were born in America. (my parents)
a) ……… b) ……..
5. My cat will eat anything. (my dog)
a)……… b) ………
6. I didn’t think much of that book. (I)
a)…….. b) ……..
7. The Times hasn’t been deliver yet.(The Guardian)
a) …… b)………
8. August was beautiful this year. (July)
a)……. b)……..
9. Your car isn’t in very good condition. (your car)
a) …….. b) ……..
10. Donald ought to see the doctor. (Sheila)
a) ……… b) ………..

Answers:

2. b) Mine does too.
3. a) Neither/ nor has Tom, b) Tom hasn’t either.
4. a) So were mine, b) Mine were too.
5. a) So will mine, b) Mine will too.
6. a) Neither/ Nor did I. b) I didn’t either.
7. a) Neither/Nor has The Guardian, b) The Guardian hasn’t either.
8. a) So was July, b) July was too.
9. a) Neither/Nor is yours, b) Your isn’t either.
10. a) So ought Sheila, b) Sheila ought too.

Exercises:
1. Respond to the following remarks in two different ways. Use these words: (So , nor/neither, too , either)

(a) Sita doesn’t like wild animals. (I)
(b) Mira and Mina are in Grade XI. (Sunil)
(c) My father works in a bank. (Mohan’s)
(d) Muslims doesn’t eat pork. (Jews)
(e) Devkota wasn’t a politician. (Parijat)

2. Put the correct word in each space; neither…nor, either… or, both, all.

(a) ………. giraffes ……… Zebras live wild in Nepal.
(b) ………… my friends, Gita & Mina passed the exam.
(c) Please take ……… your books home.
(d) I don’t like ……… math’s …….. science.

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