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Hi I just want to make sure if this is correct

She neither goes out every night nor will she ever go out with you.

I know I can just rephrase it but I want to know if that's acceptable or grammatically correct.

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The example is grammatically correct. It's a little unusual, though, since it connects things that aren't very similar.

But, the example you gave could be an answer to a question like this:

Since she goes out every night anyway, do you think she'll go out with me?

Without a context like that, though, the example doesn't sound natural.

Here are two examples that are more natural:

She neither goes out every night, nor sleeps all day.

She won't go out with you today, nor will she ever go out with you.

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She neither goes out every night nor will she ever go out with you.

It's okay but I would expect an inversion

Neither does she go out every night nor will she ever go out with you.

This preserves the "neither ... nor" structure better.

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