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Neither Martha or her sisters are going on vacation.

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Neither Martha or her sisters are going on vacation.

A. Neither Martha or her sisters are going on vacation.

B. Neither Martha or her sisters is going on vacation.

C. Neither any of her sisters nor Martha are going on vacation.

D. Neither Martha nor her sisters are going on vacation.

E. Neither Martha nor her sisters is going on vacation.

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Re: Neither Martha or her sisters are going on vacation.  [#permalink]

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New post 18 Oct 2017, 05:41
For correlative conjunctions, the verb takes the number of nearest noun.
Further, the correct conjunction is Neither..Nor, not Neither..Or.

A. Neither Martha or her sisters are going on vacation.

B. Neither Martha or her sisters is going on vacation.

C. Neither any of her sisters nor Martha are going on vacation.

D. Neither Martha nor her sisters are going on vacation.

E. Neither Martha nor her sisters is going on vacation.

D is the correct answer.
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