Neither, nor and not ... either

Posted by Manjusha Filed in Practical English Usage

We can use neither and nor to mean also not. They come at the beginning of a clause, and are followed by inverted word order: auxiliary verb + subject.

We can also use not --- either with the same meaning and normal word order.

See also

Near
Nearest and next
Negative forms
Neither
Neither, nor and not either
No, none and not a/any
No matter
North, northern, south, southern
not only ... but also...
Using not only...but also

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