Oct 7, 2009
It's "neither/nor" and "either/or." If we don't want both pie and ice cream, we use " neither/nor." If we want just one or the other, we use "either/or." Some...
Two. If should be followed by the subjunctive form, and you're using the past tense. You're looking for the past subjunctive form of "to be", which is were. ...
Oct 8, 2012
They are both
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Mar 24, 2011
Q. Is the
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