Can I say NEITHER OF THE CHILDEREN WANTS? Or is it NEITHER OF THE CHILDREN WANT?
Thank you so much,
I would say, that "NEITHER OF THE CHILDREN WANT" is correct.
You know that you have to use by HE, SHE, IT " s"
Unless it is a form of PLURAL (as in this sentence)
"Neither" you would only use, when there are more than one children.
That's why you have to use "want" without "s".
EX: Neither of the children wants to go to school. (OK)
All the best, :D
so I was still right with my explanation? :D
Is there any difference between the last sentences of you (in refer)?
I have also looked in one of a book of me. There was a sentence like this, and it was used with 's'. Befor that I was sure, that I don't have to use 's'. Now I'm really uncertain.
With your link, I wouldn't be slier :(