When can you use "not" and "nor" in the same phrase of a sentence?
Is it correct to use "not" and "nor" in the same phrase, e.g. "He does not accept nor excuse you." Would "neither accepts nor excuses" even be correct?
it good just depends on the person and their linguistic upbringing, plus their is no incorrect way of speaking only incorrect ways of writing
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