"Neither let her" or a full sentence? Hello, everyone! :) If you can help me to understand some grammar moment, I'll be really glad. So, here is my question. Can we say like that or no: 1) Let Alex not announce the winner and NEITHER LET HER (a short form). or we can say only like that: 2) Let Alex not announce the winner and LET HER NOT ANNOUNCE THE WINNER EITHER (a full sentence). Thank you all in advance! :)
Nov 11, 2017 10:59 PM
Answers · 2
1) Let neither Alex nor her announce the winner. 2) Don't let Alex announce the winner and don't let HER ANNOUNCE THE WINNER EITHER.
November 11, 2017
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