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    Hi,

    Please let me know if this sentence mentioned below is right:

    1) Neither iam driving nor iam letting him drive

    or

    2) Neither am i driving nor am i letting him drive

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    Prince Sabharwal

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    Re: Neither

    'I am neither driving nor letting him drive.'

    Always capitalise I and end a sentence with a full stop.

    Rove

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    Re: Neither

    Thanks, please let me know if the sentence mentioned below is right:

    1) Neither am I driving nor am I letting him drive.

    Kind Regards


    Prince Sabharwal

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    Re: Neither

    Quote Originally Posted by princesabharwal View Post
    Thanks, please let me know if the sentence mentioned below is right:

    1) Neither am I driving nor am I letting him drive.

    Kind Regards


    Prince Sabharwal
    Is it a question?
    Then, following Rover_KE, "Am I neither driving nor letting him drive?"
    Which is an odd question!

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    #5

    Re: Neither

    Neither am I driving nor am I letting him drive.
    A native speaker would not say it like that.

    Rover

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