How to use Either?

How to use Either? :

Either : one or the other (or) one of two (or) each

1. There is coffee or tea. You can have either.
2. I lived both in Chennai and Bangalore. But I don't like either very much.
3. Take either of the vehicles.

Note : When either and neither are used as pronouns and followed by a plural noun they take a singular verb.

1. Is either of the workshops in operation yet?
2. Either of these roads leads to the minister's house.

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