In those old, old times, there lived two brothers who were not like other men, nor yet like those Mighty Ones who lived upon the mountain top. They were the sons of one of those Titans who had fought against Jupiter and been sent in chains to the strong prison-house of the Lower World.
Is the place of 'nor' in the sentence OK or must we use 'or'?
Thanks for the answer. Can I ask one more question about 'either , neither'?
Which one is better to use for an emphasis? Must I use 'either' after or before 'don't' in the sentence? And must I use 'you don't' after 'or'?
- You either don't know how to give the right answer of the question I have asked or (you don't) want to help me.
- You don't either know how to give the right answer of the question I have asked or (you don't) want to help me.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.