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Ju

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Neither you nor I am going to Japan next month.

Is the above sentence grammatical by using "am"?

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Rover_KE

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We generally avoid having to make tricky choices like this by saying

'Neither you nor I will be going to Japan next month'.
 

emsr2d2

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Neither of us is going to Japan next month.
 

Ju

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We generally avoid having to make tricky choices like this by saying

'Neither you nor I will be going to Japan next month'.

Actually, I found this sentence from a grammar worksheet that "am" is the answer. That's why I want to clarify.
 
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