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If a verb is already in the negative then either or is used and not neither nor. Sarah didn't like either Rome or Paris. Sarah didn't like Rome or Paris/5. Our neighbors are neither very polite nor particularly quiet. We can still regard "neither" as and adverb and regard "nor" as a coordinating conjunction.
However, the neither/nor pair is more commonly described as a "correlative conjunction". Other common correlative pairs include either/or, both/and, not/but and not-only/but-also.
accompanied the curious cachinnation; but that neither scene nor season favoured fear, I should have been superstitiously afraid.
However, the event showed me I was a fool for entertaining a sense even of surprise. The door nearest me opened, and a servant came out,--a woman of between thirty and forty; a set, square-made figure, red-haired, and. After no rabbit popped out of the hat, Lori decided she had neither the patience nor _____ to tolerate another of Darren's poorly performed magic tricks.
the good humor B. did she have the good humor C. the ability to muster the good humor. But neither is a conjunction. It signals independence or equal weight, unlike nor, which suggests dependency when on it's own. Legalese tends to lean heavily towards the idea of making each statement either strictly independent or clearly dependent.
Neither helps with the former, but I'm not sure nor is sufficient to manage the later. "Neither. Cammie McGovern’s “A Step Toward Falling” opens with two high school seniors, Emily and Lucas, taking on 40 hours of community service at a center for young adults with : Priscilla Gilman.
Elder Bruce R. McConkie (–85) of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles elaborates, “‘The condescension of God,’ of which the scriptures speak, means that the Immortal Father—the glorified, exalted, enthroned ruler of the universe—came down from his station of dominion and power to become the Father of a Son who would be born.
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6. He didn’t remember and neither did I. Neither of them invited me so I didn’t go. Neither of them seemed interested in the offer. Mary didn’t turn up and neither did Ruth. John didn’t pass the test, and Peter didn’t either.
He neither smiled, spoke, nor looked at me. Alice can’t dance and neither can Stella. An Oddball Family That Can't Connect In 'How To Behave In A Crowd' Camille Bordas keeps things light in her smart, charming new novel, but there are serious underpinnings to.
Don’t say: “I speak neither French or German.” Or: “I speak neither French nor German.” Both and is used for two things.
I speak both English and Spanish.; Either or is used for one thing, but not the other. You can choose one flavor of ice cream – either chocolate or vanilla. Neither nor is used for not two things. (You can’t use “neither or” – it’s incorrect.).
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Reading the tea leaves – literature's best brews 1 Catherine de Bourgh’s condescension () Tea was neither greasy nor sticky. His biographer, James Boswell, quotes the great lexicographer as saying “neither tea, nor coffee, nor lemonade, nor anything whatever.” The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language notes that the duality of “either” and “neither” is weakened when they’re used as conjunctions to introduce a series.
[CIII. Ben.] On the words of the Gospel, LukeAnd a certain woman named Martha received him into her house, etc. The words of our Lord Jesus Christ which have just been read out of the Gospel, give us to understand, that there is some one thing for which we must be making, when we toil amid the manifold engagements of this we make for this as being yet in pilgrimage, and.
Pronouns. For all those instances when either and neither behave like pronouns, the structure of the sentence would be: either/neither followed by of + noun phrase. When they act as pronouns either means 'one or the other' while neither indicates 'not one or the other' > Both these roads go to Rome; you can go either way.
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We can either eat now or after the show - it's up to you. Neither / nor - used in a sentence in the negative sense when you want to say that two or more things are not true. Neither my mother nor my father went to university. Rising Above Lyme Disease is a comprehensive, whole-body approach to overcoming Lyme disease and reclaiming your life.
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The editors of the Book Review did that, and their decision was a reminder that in its current incarnation the publication resembles the version of the Book Review criticized by Elizabeth Hardwick.
They were deprived of even the most meager crumbs of the bread of life from the rich man's table. (i.e., High Priestly class, but Caiaphas in particular). However much Lazarus might patiently await the rich man's (Caiaphas) condescension, the High Priest was incapable of dispensing even spiritual crumbs." 6.
At the time, she was a year-old faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania who had never written a book. Beckett gave her his blessing, in a backhanded way. “I will neither help nor. The Melody by Jim Crace review – the book blazes with anger. Impossible not to recall the sweeps undertaken in our own, all too real world, against migrants and the ostensibly undeserving poor Author: Neil Hegarty.
Yet neither condescension nor contempt mar his work. The recognition of Al Beruni as the first major anthropologist of Islam thus opens both theoretical and methodological doors for Muslim social.
Regarding your first example, I don't think there's any absolute rule in the sense of one being always right and the other always wrong.
For that particular sentence, and in general, the singular has would be more common. But not many people would seriously object to have, even if they wouldn't say it themselves.I don't disagree with what this chap says. Grammar Rules study guide by Dohertyteacher includes 52 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.
Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. The book is a popular history of the especially au courant sort that will, I suspect, reach its apotheosis (or nadir) in a cultural history of the sneeze. I am sorry to say that neither do I. 1 a In the b beginning was the Word, and the c Word was with God, and the d Word was e God.
2 The same was in the a beginning with God. 3 All things were a made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
4 In him was a life; and the life was the b light of men. 5 And the a light shineth in b darkness; and the darkness c comprehended it not.
6 There was a man sent. Early Christians and Mormons taught reincarnation secretly, calling it "multiple mortal probations". This is the last of a series of four articles on reincarnation, the first three of which focused on teachings from Eastern religions. They attempted to make the first steps toward reconciling apparent contradictions between reincarnation and traditional Christianity.
Which sentence is correct: "Neither of the boys were in the library just now" or "Neither of the boys was in the library just now". It should be "Neither of the boys was in the library just now." The verb "was" needs to agree with "neither", which. In All Grown Up, Jami Attenberg writes about adulthood and responsibility — what it means to be responsible not just in your life but for your life.
Her narrator, Andrea, is a Manhattan-based designer near perpetually single and child-free by choice. While she contemplates the choices she's made to get where she is — those choices neither idealized nor condemned — Andrea watches Author: Arianna Rebolini. Elena Ferrante: A Power of Our Own Power is neither good nor bad — it depends on what we intend to do with it.
Men can afford to grant us some recognition with good-humored condescension. Berkeley Professor Emerita Arlie Russell Hochschild’s newly published Strangers In Their Own Land: Anger And Mourning On The American Right is an important book and a delight.
It’s a Author: Ralph Benko.Neither the forwards nor the scrumhalf, all of whom were within 10 metres of the tackle, nor the crowd appealed for a foul. (It is quite harsh to mark this as wrong, but grouping three things is an unpopular practice.) Read more about correlative conjunctions.
Read more about using a singular or plural verb with "either/or" and "neither/nor.