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posted by Lily

Hi, could you please tell me if these 2 sentences are correc.

Each of the twins has a doll in their room.
2. The couple have gone on vacation.

Also, when you have neither....nor, you use has don't you?

Example
Neither Helen nor Sarah has finished their homework.

  1. Writeacher

    Yes, you are right.

    Both sentences are correct, and you're correct about using "neither...nor" too.

  2. Lily

    Thanks!

  3. Writeacher

    You're very welcome!

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