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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23263: Neither...nor
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I [Change theme]
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    1. Janet didn't like Liz Taylor's performance. () did I.
    2. Something was wrong: the play was poorly written, or the actors misinterpreted their roles.
    3. At intermission, we wondered: we leave now, or we see it through to the end.
    4. Janet nor I knew if the second act would be better. But we decided to stay on.
    5. Coming home that night, we waited for hours as we could find a taxi nor a bus.
    6. We have a choice tonight: either we go to the movies and eat afterwards, we eat right away and catch the 10:00 film.
    7. Ellen didn't want to sell her house to the first buyer. But she didn't want to hesitate too long .
    8. The offer that was made was either too high too low.
    9. The book was not very successful, was it well-publicized.
    10. The book was not very successful, but it was not well-publicized .

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