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I think that grammatically it isn't correct in each case.

For each case I would negate either, rather than use not elsewhere in the sentence.

  1. Neither fruit is tasty
  2. Neither student will be restricted
  3. Neither lake is polluted
  4. Neither path has been taken

I think it is far more natural sounding (and a bit more succinct) to negate either in every case.

For each case I would negate either, rather than use not elsewhere in the sentence.

  1. Neither fruit is tasty
  2. Neither student will be restricted
  3. Neither lake is polluted
  4. Neither path has been taken

I think it is far more natural sounding (and a bit more succinct) to negate either in every case.

I think that grammatically it isn't correct in each case.

For each case I would negate either, rather than use not elsewhere in the sentence.

  1. Neither fruit is tasty
  2. Neither student will be restricted
  3. Neither lake is polluted
  4. Neither path has been taken

I think it is far more natural sounding (and a bit more succinct) to negate either in every case.

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For each case I would negate either, rather than use not elsewhere in the sentence.

  1. Neither fruit is tasty
  2. Neither student will be restricted
  3. Neither lake is polluted
  4. Neither path has been taken

I think it is far more natural sounding (and a bit more succinct) to negate either in every case.