1.We neither stop nor slow down our car.

2.We neither stop our car nor slow down it.

Which is suitable for correlative conjunction?

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    Both are equally fine, although the second should be "nor slow it down". – Andrew Mar 3 '17 at 5:33

Option 1 is correct.

Option 2 is incorrect. But, if we change it to:

We neither stop our car nor slow it down.

It is now correct, and has the same meaning as the first option.

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