Here is the sentence:

Several prisoners escaped last night, none of whom/neither of whom has been caught so far.

In my opinion, I'd use 'none of whom', since we are talking about several people who escaped.

Which one would you rather use in this particular context?


Yes, you're correct.

Neither of whom would apply to two individuals.

None of whom would apply to three or more.


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