Either and Neither

Damian   Friday, June 18, 2004, 07:01 GMT
Ooops! mjd I apologise...I see now what you meant! I was stupid cos it was late at night here and I was feeling even dozier than I normally do. Sorry, mate!

Actually, here in UK both versions are used: /i:THe:(r)/ /aiTHthe(r)/ and same for neither. Scots use the former more often than not, don't ask me why bu we pronounce the R more forcefully.
Kiwi   Monday, June 21, 2004, 05:09 GMT
I use both. In fact as a saying people say 'eether/iither' in reponse to something like "do you prefer beer or wine'. It depends on the surrounding sounds I think, eg always me neether and never me niither.
Jim   Thursday, June 24, 2004, 00:29 GMT
I say /aiTH..(r)/ you say /i:TH..(r)/
I say /naiTH..(r)/ you say /ni:TH..(r)/
I say /t..meitOu/ you say /t..ma:tOu/
I say /p..teitOu/ you say /p..ta:tOu/
... Hang on, nobody says /p..ta:tOu/
Boy   Thursday, June 24, 2004, 08:09 GMT

I saw that movie along with my cousin. He liked it very much. It was his first English movie he had ever seen and very impressed by the artistic beauty of Rome. I just wonder.. do you know which singers sang this song "you have such a beautiful voice" for the movie?
Damian   Thursday, June 24, 2004, 19:15 GMT
"Let's call the whole thing off......."