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Michael wanted neither sugar or cream in his coffee. To fix the above sentence, what should the writer do? Add a comma after the word “sugar” to show things in a series. Add an apostrophe after “Michael” to show that he owns the coffee. Change “neither” to “none” in order to keep parallel structure. Change “or” to “nor” to keep the parallel structure in the sentence.

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    The last option, I believe.

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    i also think the same thanks.

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