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Can someone please tell me which sentence is correct ?

  • no action has been observed either from A or from B.

  • no action has been observed neither from A nor from B.

If you believe that there is a better way of saying that, feel free to say it !

Thanks.

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Can someone please tell me which sentence is correct ?

First, it depends on what are you trying to say. If you are trying to say that both A and B has done nothing then both sentence means the same. But, there is a difference which is listed below -:

no action has been observed either from A or from B.

This sentence means A or B has done nothing.

no action has been observed neither from A nor from B.

This sentence also means that A or B has done nothing. But, here some work was expected from both A and B.

The actual difference is made from the first word of the second sentence "no".

Moreover, i believe it's one of the best way of making these types of sentence.

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You could say it as "No action has been observed from either A or B", "No action has been observed from neither A or B" or even "No action has been observed from either A or from B", but there are many ways to do this and both your examples make sense. Mainly about personal preference.

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