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Thread: Neither was

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    Unhappy Neither was

    Is the following sentence grammatically correct? If not, please word properly:

    Neither purchase acquisition for the Blue nor for the Red Elevation Deck was executed by the parties.

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    mykwyner is offline Key Member
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    Re: Neither was

    It is just fine. The basic sentence is: "Neither acquisition was executed." The prepositional phrases were used correctly.

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