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    What part of speech is 'neither of' in the following sentence?

    What part of speech is 'neither of' in the following sentence?
    Neither of them can ski very well.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: What part of speech is 'neither of' in the following sentence?

    It's functioning as a pronoun.

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