posted by rfvv .
1. It is neither hot nor warm.
(In this sentence, what does 'nor' mean?
Does 'nor' mean 'and - not'?)
2. I don't like pears.
- Me neither.
- The same to me.
- I don't like pears, either.
- I don't like them, either.
(Are the answers all grammatical?)
1. Yes, "nor" means "and not." With "neither," this is an example of a correlative conjunction.
2. The first is often used casually (but is grammatically incorrect). The 3rd and 4th choices are the best.