I like you both, Tom and Robin.
I don't like either of those two teachers. (aqui fiz uma pequena correção)
I don’t like either of those dresses.
I don’t like either of those teachers.
I don’t like either of them.
He likes neither you nor me.
He likes neither the house nor the neighborhood.
He likes neither tea nor coffee.
She likes neither blue nor yellow.
It means you gave up either liberty or safety. (não está errado)
She gave up either hope or work.
“Those who would give up Essential Liberty, to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety" (Benjamin Franklin)http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Benjamin_Franklin
Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will ….
But that type of pact has never enhanced either liberty or safety, and its fruits are always bitter.
It is so bad that we do not deserve to have either liberty or safety if we are willing to give liberty up.
it is the base on which liberty stands — it excites vigilance, ami that is the condition on which freedom exists: without it, there cannot be either liberty or safety.
We can have both liberty and security.
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