Neither…nor VS Neither of…

Not just the students, the adults are very confused by these as well simply because they require some memory work. Also, the explanations online are not always consistent because the English language is a discourse that varies from context to context. However, for the sake of the PSLE standard in Singapore, the basic rule that students need to understand is this: When using “Neither…nor” or “Either…or”, the form of the verb used in the sentence must follow the noun closest to┬áit. e.g. Mother realised that neither the lamps nor the dining table was where ____________ should be. (a) it (b) … Continue reading Neither…nor VS Neither of…