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    I have a serious doubt...is it correct to say: `Neither me nor my techer play tennis or smoke.`?

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    Re: Neither

    Correct would be:
    "Neither I nor my teacher plays tennis or smokes."

    But this sounds very formal, and you wouldn't ordinarily be so formal when you're talking about tennis and smoking.

    I'd say:
    My teacher doesn't smoke or play tennis, and neither do I.

    Incidentally, are you Hispanic? You've used the word "doubt" where Anglos would say "question." It's a usage I've often heard in Latin America, and it's not really good idiomatic English.

    regards
    edward

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    I have a serious doubt...is it correct to say: `Neither me nor my techer play tennis or smoke.`?

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