I wonder which is correct in the standard varities of English:

"A problem that involves neither you, (nor) me, nor him" or "A problem that does neither involve you, (nor) me, nor him"

I have also considered the possibility that both might be correct.

  • The first is fine. To use neither earlier, your sentence would have to read something like: A problem that does neither involve nor bother him. – Ronald Sole Oct 14 '20 at 9:22

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