Do the following two sentences mean the same thing:
I don't like either cherry juice or soda.
I don't like cherry juice or soda either.
Although they both convey the idea that the speaker doesn't like cherry soda and also doesn't like soda, I don't think they are synonymous. While sentence 1 can be used as a standalone sentence, that emphasises that the speaker doesn't like both drinks, sentence 2 can only be used to agree with someone else who has expressed the same opinion. What are your thoughts?