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# Which one is correct?? 1. One can neither take the

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13 Nov 2007, 03:56
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Which one is correct??

1. One can neither take the argument nor its conclusion seriously.

2. One can take neither the argument nor its conclusion seriously.

Or both of them are wrong??

Kudos [?]: 66 [0], given: 0

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Joined: 11 Jun 2007
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13 Nov 2007, 07:01
sidbidus wrote:
Which one is correct??

1. One can neither take the argument nor its conclusion seriously.

2. One can take neither the argument nor its conclusion seriously.

Or both of them are wrong??

2. One can take neither [the argument] nor [its conclusion] seriously.

Neither X nor Y is the idiom, where X and Y are parallel.

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13 Nov 2007, 08:34
eyunni wrote:
sidbidus wrote:
Which one is correct??

1. One can neither take the argument nor its conclusion seriously.

2. One can take neither the argument nor its conclusion seriously.

Or both of them are wrong??

2. One can take neither [the argument] nor [its conclusion] seriously.

Neither X nor Y is the idiom, where X and Y are parallel.

That was good to know.. Even I used to get confused sometimes due to this..

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Re: SC: neither/nor   [#permalink] 13 Nov 2007, 08:34
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