- [neither + singular noun]
‘Can you come on Monday or Tuesday?’ ‘I’m afraid neither day is possible. ‘
- [neither of + determiner + plural noun neither of + pronoun]
Neither of my brothers can sing.
Neither of us saw it happen.
After neither of + noun/pronoun, we use a singular verb in a formal style.
Neither of my sisters is married.
In an informal style, a plural verb is possible.
Neither of my sisters are married.
- ‘Which one do you want?’ Neither