Neither/Nor: Meaning, Rule & Examples


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In which of the following sentences would neither/nor be used to fill in the blanks?

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1. In which of the following sentences would either/or be used to fill in the blanks?

2. Which of the following verbs BEST fits in the following sentence? Neither the girls nor the boy _____ for a walk in the park.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Inside this quiz and worksheet combo, you are looking at the use of 'neither' and 'nor' in sentences. Questions focus on the correct selection of either word and verbs that best agree with word selection.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can find the following subjects in the questions for this quiz:

  • Selecting 'neither' and 'nor' in a sentence
  • Using 'either' and 'or' in a sentence
  • Choosing the correct verb to agree with a subject or subjects

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about using 'either' and 'or'
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about 'neither' and 'nor'
  • Problem solving - utilize your skills to choose the correct verb that agrees with its subject or subjects

Additional Learning

To discover more, go to the lesson titled Neither/Nor: Meaning, Rule & Examples, which is home to the following other topics:

  • Singular vs. plural verbs in 'either/or' and 'neither/nor'
  • An example from Animal Farm
  • More practice with choosing the correct forms