In a positive sentence, "either . . .or" is sometimes used to express an exclusive disjunction.
However, what happens when “either” is used in negation, as in sentence two below? Is the meaning the same as in sentence one?
1: John is not in the kitchen or the bedroom.
This sentence indicates that John is not in the kitchen and John is not in the bedroom.
2: John is not in either the kitchen or the bedroom.
This sentence indicates what?