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    Correlative conjunctions position

    Is it wrong to say: Sam neither plays football nor basketball. I know the correct is:Sam plays neither football nor basketball. But the first one confused me whether correct or not.

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    Re: Correlative conjunctions position

    It's not totally wrong. Just use the version you know is better.

    Rover

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