Learn to use "Either -------- or" correctly

Either -------- or

The conjunction 'Either -------- or' is used to show a choice between two alternatives.

1) This conjunction cannot be used for more than two things.
2) When two things are joined by 'either ----- or', the verb used must agree with the second subject.

Example :

Father is either disturbed or sad.

(One subject – Two qualities/action)

SubjectVerb/HVEither1stQuality/ActionOr2nd Quality/Action

Example 2: Either Rohan or Sohan has taken the last chocolate.

(Two subjects – One quality/action)
EitherRohanorSohanhastaken the last chocolate.