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    neither or either

    In the following sentence should I use neither or either?

    'The door slowly opened but showed no signs of anyone being neither/either by the door nor/or in the house'.

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    Re: neither or either

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    In the following sentence should I use neither or either?

    'The door slowly opened but showed no signs of anyone being neither/either by the door nor/or in the house'.
    After 'no signs', we need either/or'.

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