Learn to use neither-nor correctly
Q. Neither Mohit (1) / and Rohit (2) / has broken (3) / the wall piece. (4) / No Error (5)- Published on 06 Jan 17
Formula 2:(Two persons - one quality/action - the quality or action doesn’t apply to any of the persons)
|Neither +||Subject 1 +||Nor +||Subject 2 +||Verb/HV +||Q/A|
|Neither||Ajay||nor||Jay||has||painted the wall.|
In the above sentence, it has been suggested that the act of painting the wall concerns neither Ajay nor Jay.
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In this case, Subjects are 'Mohit and Rohit'. The above sentence suggests that the act of breaking the wall piece concerns neither Mohit nor Rohit.
The correct sentence should be: Neither
Rohit has broken the wall piece.** Note that the helping verb here is always according to the second subject. Here, it is 'has'. It can not be replaced by 'have'.