He does not want to betray

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AthonLince

Senior Member
Italian
Hi everybody,

I don't know if the following sentence is grammatically correct:

He doesn't want to betray neither one nor the other, so he finds no way out.

What do you say?

Thank you in advance.
 
  • grassy

    Senior Member
    Polish
    We can't proofread your entire sentence.
    Are you by any chance asking whether you've used 'neither' correctly?
     

    AthonLince

    Senior Member
    Italian
    Maybe I realize the right sentence:

    He doesn't want to betray either one or the other, so he finds no way out.

    Is it right?
    Have I used "either/or" correctly?
     
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