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Are these sentences grammatical? 

  1. I neither usually wake up at 6 am, nor do I like to wake up at 5 am.
  2. We neither wear the same clothes, nor do we eat the same food.
  3. We don't wear the same clothes or eat the same food.
  4. We don't wear the same clothes nor do we eat the same food.
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Here is your answers for each sentence:

Number 1

Original: I neither usually wake up at 6 am, nor do I like to wake up at 5 am.

Proper: I don't usually wake up at 6 A.M., nor do I wake up at 5 A.M.

Number 2

Original: We neither wear the same clothes, nor do we eat the same food.

Proper: We don't wear the same clothes, nor do we eat the same food.

Number 3

Original: We don't wear the same clothes or eat the same food.

Proper: We don't wear the same clothes or eat the same food.

Number 4

Original: We don't wear the same clothes nor do we eat the same food.

Proper: We don't wear the same clothes, nor eat the same food.

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    I would suggest you replace "Proper" with "Typical", as all the sentences are grammatical and understandable. It is merely that "neither/nor" is not typical usage, and would sound stilted to most listeners for the examples given.
    – Mark G B
    Dec 10, 2017 at 16:35

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