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I wonder if this sentence is grammatically correct or not:

Neither at your time, nor before, nor later.

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Usage of "neither...nor....nor.." here is grammatically correct.

FYI - This construction is fairly literary/formal/archaic. Perfectly appropriate for formal writing, but would sound odd in casual conversation or even casual writing (like a blog post).

It's unclear what is meant by "at your time".

  • Thank you. By at your time" I mean *at your era ... at the period of time you lived in – Billal Begueradj Jul 28 '17 at 14:51

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