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    neither/nor question

    Neither Ms.Perez nor Ms. Tanaka believes that watching as much television as *her* son Sam does will lead to anything productive.
    What should be put instead of *her* to make a grammatically correct sentence and explain the idea please

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    Re: neither/nor question

    Welcome to the forum, sz98.

    Where did you find this sentence?

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