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Parsa

  • 4 years ago

We use the Neither and nor structure when we have 2 nouns. e.g. Neither the Jews nor Muslims are... . What/how we can use if we want to involve more than 2 or 3 nouns?

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  1. Harkirat
    • 4 years ago
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    you could use "none of them" ....

  2. ellomatejuly
    • 4 years ago
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    Neither is not really 2 nouns, its mostly comparing something. E.G "Neither Thom, Davis, or paul know how to use a computer" you can use Party to describe more than 2 people.. E.G "The pary of thom, davis, paul and baxter started to hang out to late at night" Do you get it?

  3. blessing
    • 4 years ago
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    you could say Neither the jew, muslims, christians or budhists..... you dont nessesarily have to use ony two nouns...

  4. BlackholeMind
    • 4 years ago
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    "Either" is an singular adjective meaning "one of these". "Neither" is a singular adjective meaning "not one of these" or "not any of these". "Or" is a conjunction connection two alteratives. "Nor" is a conjunction connecting two negative alternatives. Either and Or are used together, while Neither and Nor are used together. You DO NOT MIX them. So just like a list of positives, a negative list uses "nor" only on the farthest of the list. Example: "Neither Jews, Muslims, nor Chrisitians...."

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