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I have a question about one of the usage of "neither".
I often heard "either" connecting two whole sentences rather than two nouns like the following sentences:
"You either say something meaningful and from the heart, or you and I are done."
"Now, you either stick your face in that pie or I'm gonna stick that pie in your face."
"Either take me where I need to go or tie me down."
Would you mind telling me if the same rule applies to "neither" too, please?
For instance,
"Neither anyone asked me to give it to you nor I wanted you to have it."

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I have a question about one of the usage of "neither".
I often heard "either" connecting two whole sentences rather than two nouns like the following sentences:
"You either say something meaningful and from the heart, or you and I are done."
"Now, you either stick your face in that pie or I'm gonna stick that pie in your face."
"Either take me where I need to go or tie me down."
Would you mind telling me if the same rule applies to "neither" too, please?
For instance,
"Neither anyone asked me to give it to you nor I wanted you to have it."
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