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"He neither texted me nor did he call me". "He neither texted me nor called me". "He neither texted me nor he called me"

Stylistically speaking, since the neither occurs immediately after the sentence’s subject, it is in the position where one (prototypically) expects to find a verb phrase. For that reason, each of the ...
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Use 'Could not' and 'Nor' in the same sentence

Either-or , neither-nor usage I could not find at A nor B. Is this the right grammar? Can I use both 'could not' and 'nor' in the one sentence? First of all, what was it you couldn't find? Was it A ...
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