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  • Rodrigo1981
    started a topic Neither-nor usage.

    Neither-nor usage.

    Dear people, I hope you are well.
    I have a question about the use of words neither-nor in a sentence. Your help will be very appreciated.
    I would like to express that no numbers and no formulas are necessary to memorize for an exam.
    Is "You need to memorize neither numbers nor formulas" a grammatically correct sentence?
    Thank you.

  • Laury Burr
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    Yup, as always Irina is right. Just one thing - if you want to be pedantic some might insist that the plural of formula is formulae - or to be even MORE pedantic formulæ!! (AS you've probably guessed it's a Latin word, hence the different plural formation.)

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  • Irina Ponomareva
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    Yes, absolutely correct. Hi and welcome

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