What does "neither" mean here? When do you use this?
"Neither" means of two things or people mentioned, not one nor the either. In this video, the speaker has used "neither" to show that not one of the two people (neither) has come close to winning. You can use this when there are two options, and none of the two are "x" (whatever is mentioned in the sentence). Ex: A: Do you want to watch a movie or go shopping? B: Neither of those options sound appealing. (None of the two options sound appealing). Ex: Neither of the two teams wanted to lose. (Not one nor the other of the two teams wanted to lose).
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