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    #1

    Neither....Nor

    Hello,
    Please help me to understand that witch sentence is correct and witch on is not,
    Thanks

    Who had problem? Luna or Michelle? (Neither.....Nor)

    What happen if Luna live longer with her co worker? (If)

    Who had problem? Luna or her colleague? (Neither.....Nor)

    Did she only not to take her suggestion or snaps at her all the time? (Not only ... but also)

    Did she only like that or she always like that?

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    #2

    Re: Neither....Nor

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamdad View Post
    Hello,
    Please help me to understand that witch sentence is correct and witch on is not,
    Thanks

    Who had problem? Luna or Michelle? (Neither.....Nor)
    What happen if Luna live longer with her co worker? (If)

    Who had problem? Luna or her colleague? (Neither.....Nor)

    Did she only not to take her suggestion or snaps at her all the time? (Not only ... but also)

    Did she only like that or she always like that?
    Where do these sentences come from Bamdad? I'm afraid they don't make much sense.
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 02-Feb-2011 at 18:32.

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    #3

    Re: Neither....Nor

    Hello,

    Yes, I guess you right
    So, I want to know, because I,m a student you know and you are a teacher!
    I,m really a student
    I want to understand Grammar of English

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    #4

    Re: Neither....Nor

    and I must to say that these sentences come from Our English books in Iran

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    #5

    Re: Neither....Nor

    You seem to be suggesting you want to know how the construction neither...nor is used. Note that this structure is used to connect two negative ideas. Its opposite is both...and. Look at the examples given below.
    My father neither smokes nor drinks.
    My father both smokes and drinks.
    My father not only smokes but also drinks.

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    Re: Neither....Nor

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamdad View Post
    and I must to say that these sentences come from Our English books in Iran
    Are you sure that the words you sent us were exactly as they appeared in your book?

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