Correct Usage of The Conjunctions NEITHER and NOR



Correct Usage of The Conjunctions NEITHER and NOR :



NEITHER and NOR

The Conjunction NEITHER must always be followed by NOR.

1. I have neither written to her or spoken to her. (Incorrect)
2. I have neither written to her nor spoken to her. (Correct)

3. Neither she or her brother knows me. (Incorrect)
4. Neither she nor her brother knows me. (Correct)

1. He washed neither his hands or his feet. (Incorrect)
2. He washed neither his hands nor his feet. (Correct)

Study carefully the following : Correct Usage of The Conjunctions

1. No other but she could have done it. (Incorrect)
2. No other than she could have done it. (Correct)

1. I want to know as to why she came here. (Incorrect)
2. I want to know why she came here. (Correct)

1. Because he did not work therefore he failed. (Incorrect)
2. Because he did not work, he failed. (Correct)

1. Supposing if he fails, what will she do? (Incorrect)
2. Supposing he fails, what will she do? (Correct)



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