What are the differences between Neither...nor and None of... and subject + do not, will not...etc?
I feel these two structures mean the same and that the latter is more straightforward. In other words, I think Example 2, Example 4, and Example 6 are easier to understand. What do you think?
Neither John, Mary, nor Joseph will help me fix the problem.
John, Mary, and Joseph will not help me fix the problem.
Neither the government nor the private tech companies will invest in that type of technology.
The government or the private tech companies will not invest in that type of technology.
None of my friends will give me advice about how to pass the exam.
My friends will not give me advice about how to pass the exam.