neither | either of + PLURAL

Point 63 in DETERMINERS/quantity is defined as: ‘either’ and ‘neither’ + ‘of’ with plural noun phrases or pronouns. For example: But the truth is, it’s not going to be either of those things. *Note, ‘either of them’ or ‘either of us’ is B2 A search in iWeb for: *either of * _NN2 1 EITHER OF THOSE THINGS 1300 2 NEITHER OF THOSE THINGS …

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all | one | some OF these | that

Point 52 in PRONOUNS/demonstratives/MODIFYING is defined as: quantifying determiners + ‘of’ with demonstrative pronouns An iWeb search for _DD of _DD 1 SOME OF THESE 258542 PELIC STUDENT: Arabic,Male,3,w The hospitality in Saudi Arabia is very different between provinces. Some of these have traditional hospitality, but others have modern hospitality. 2 ANY OF THESE 147378 3 EACH OF THESE 143569 4 SOME OF THOSE 90717 5 SOME OF …

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