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Could you please tell me, which sentence is correct?

"They never go skiing and I don't either"

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"They never go skiing and I do neither."

"I don't either" kind of sounds more natural to me, moreover, "never" is a negative word and we need to use the negative form of the verb "to do" (don't).

Is my assessment correct?

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  • They never go skiing and nor do I.
    – Khan
    Jun 11, 2016 at 13:47

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If you slightly change your second sentence they will mean the same

They never go skiing and I don't either.

They never go skiing and neither do I.

that none of you go skiing.

Using

I do neither

usually means you are denying a choice of two

Do you ski or climb?
I do neither, I prefer to walk.

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