With reference to "Neither", "none", "no one" + [of them] + verb-s
None of the above sentences is strictly correct.
Neither of the above sentence/sentences is/are strictly correct.
Tense choice problem The person has used are with none. This contradicts above notion of using singular with none. Which is more correct?
The first sentence is perfectly fine, but I'm getting confused from the second sentence. In this sentence, how would we decide about antecedents? Can we use both sentence interchangeably?