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Grammarly is not allowed to be used neither quizzes nor exams. Is this sentence correct?

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    Yes, when we say how or in what circumstances we use something, a preposition is needed. Toothpaste is used for cleaning our teeth. Grammarly is not allowed to be used in either quizzes or exams. Commented May 8 at 15:19
  • @KateBunting Are you sure about your version? I took it that the OP wants a sentence forbidding use of Grammarly in quizzes and forbidding Grammarly in exams; your version might mean that it is forbidden in quizzes or it is forbidden in exams but possibly not both. (Unlikely in real life, but from a grammatical point of view sustainable?) Commented May 8 at 16:27
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    @erstwhileeditor - I don't agree. Not allowed in either A or B means forbidden in both. Commented May 8 at 17:44
  • @KateBunting I stand corrected; thanks. Commented May 9 at 10:00

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No it is not correct. A better way to phrase it would be

Grammarly is not allowed to be used in either quizzes or exams

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