6th December 2019


Can you use neither in the beginning of a sentence?

You can certainly place neither at the start of a sentence. The problem with your sentence doing so is that it suffers from faulty parallelism whereby the neither precedes a verb and the parallel nor precedes a noun phrase.

Also know, is it neither nor?

Either/Or, Neither/Nor. Either is always paired with or, and neither is always paired with nor. If you are matching either and nor, I hate to break it to you, but you're doing it wrong. Additionally, nor is generally not used where neither is not also used.

What is the difference between either or neither?

Either and neither can be used in a few different ways, and to mean a few different things. In most cases, neither means "not either." When used as an adjective either means "one or the other of two people or things," and neither means "not one or the other of two people or things."

What is a subject verb agreement examples?

Subjects (who or what the sentence is about) and verbs (the action or state of being) must agree. Examples of Subject-Verb Agreement: If a compound subject is joined by "or" or "nor," look at the subject closest to the verb and make the verb agree with that part of the subject.
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