If your vessel is scheduled to arrive neither ULSAN or BUSAN, it doesn’t matter.

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Korean - Korea
Is this sentence 'If your vessel is scheduled to arrive neither TEXAS or NEW YORK, it doesn’t matter.' grammatically correct?

What I want to write is that we can deliver provisions to the vessel everywhere in the US even if our offices are only in TEXAS and NEW YORK.

Thank you for your reply as always.
  • sdgraham

    Senior Member
    USA English
    No it it is not grammatical (see neither -- nor and we do not write the names of states in all capital letters) but even if corrected it not idiomatic.

    .. and note that your thread title does not match your question.
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