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Neither the dog nor the cats were frightened by the delivery truck from Hazel's florist.
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I think it should be Neither Don nor are you playing hooky?
yes, it looks good to me.
Yes, it is fine.
Neither my mother nor my father came to the school to collect me. Its called a compound sentence with a compound subject
i have no blue shoes either black.
foxes are related to dogs
Neither Mike nor John wanted to clean up after their roommate Chris.
No because it doesnt have a subject and a predicate.
cats have claws and they bite.
No it is a double negative
yes....Neither I nor him, knew she was capable of such
No, it's not a proper noun.
The largest U.S. city that is neither a state capital nor the largest city in its state is San Antonio, the 7th-largest city in the U.S. and the 2nd-largest city in Texas.
How would you capitalize this sentence neither the dog nor the cats were frightened by the delivery truck from hazel's florist?
Neither the dog nor the cats were frightened by the delivery truck from Hazel's florist. . . Always capitalize the first word of any sentence. Always capitalize …the first letter of a person's name - Hazel.
The correct phrase would be "Neither he nor I..."