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I'm doing some english tests and i am undecided. This is the exercise:
He's never written an e-mail in French.
a) Neither has his wife.
b) So is his wife.
c) Neither is his wife.
d) So does his wife.
I think the correct answer is "a", but i'm not sure. I was taught that, in english, you can't negate the phrase twice and that's how the usage of neither in this phrase sounds for me. In this case I would chose option "b".
Please explain to me. Thank you for your time!
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