Correct this please ..............
Neither you nor I are right.
what is there to correct in this statement..none is 100% right..your right can be my wrong and vice versa..its more about perceptions...
The English rule for this is: neither, nor - either, or. Meaning of course that if you are using the word "neither" the correct choice for the other word is "nor". If you are using "either", use "or".
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