Only the third is correct. The most common way of saying it though, I'd say, is "you will either go to France or Italy".Hi everyone,
Are these sentences correct ? :
"Either will you go France or Italy"
"You will go either to France or Italy"
"Either you will go to France or Italy"
Thank you in advance
Perhaps if it's a question rather than a statement (even then it would be odd - "either will you tell me who did it or will you go to your room?", something like that - not great grammar) or you mishear or it's a foreign speaker?But how come that sometimes I hear some sentences where the subject and the verb are switched ?
I agree that the above is a very common way of saying this, but perhaps logically it's best to keep the word 'either' nearest to the alternatives it is referring to. If we do this the sentence reads: "you will go to either France or Italy".Only the third is correct. The most common way of saying it though, I'd say, is "you will either go to France or Italy".