[Grammar] Neither you nor he are to blame

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Ferdie11

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Hi,

Which one is correct?

1. Neither you nor he is to blame.
2. Neither you nor he are to blame.

Thanks.
 

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Hi,

Which one is correct?

1. Neither you nor he is to blame.
2. Neither you nor he are to blame.

Thanks.

With #1 are you less likely to be stoned to death by people who think the language belongs to them. Talking about the damned-if you-do-and-damned-if-you-don't issues of grammar. :)
 

Ferdie11

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Does this mean number 1 is incorrect, and number 2 is the correct one?
 
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