Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Business writing, neither / nor
|Which is correct?
I would like to say once again that __________ have issues with the decision to move to Linux.
In written English, neither is paired with nor and either is paired with or.
Choice a is incorrect because the sentence requires a subject pronoun (I) instead of an object pronoun (me). If you’re not sure about whether to use I or me, remove the other noun from the sentence and see if it still makes sense. You would not say “me have issues with the decision.”