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    #11

    Re: neither...nor - singular or plural?

    Hi there,

    Use the verb that agrees to the closest noun. That means:
    "Neither my sister nor I am English." :D

    Cheers
    Kev


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    #12

    Re: neither...nor - singular or plural?

    I learnt from this. thanks

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