How To Use Either-Or and Neither-Nor [Infographic] The Ultimate Guide

Aside from math problems, nothing possibly baffles anyone more than grammar rules. “Fox” become “foxes” but “ox” become “oxen”. There is just so much going on in the English language.

While being understood is the most important thing, knowing your grammar well does not hurt too. One of the tricky areas you must learn is using “either-or” and “neither-nor”. How should you include these inseparable pairs in sentences? Read on to find out.


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