Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to BBC Learning English. I'm Sam and today we are going to look at both, either and neither together. In all three cases, we are talking about two things. In this case, let's talk about tea and coffee. We use both to talk about two out of two things. For example, both tea and coffee contain caffeine. We use neither to talk about zero out of two things. Neither tea nor coffee contains alcohol, and we use either to talk about one out of two things. For example, in the morning I drink either tea or coffee. Not both. Just one. Which do you drink in the morning, either coffee or tea or both, or neither.