Hi! Well, I'm a little bit confused with the correct form of the verb/auxiliar in the following sentences, mainly beacuse they mix the words either/neither and you a) Is either of you going to it that? b) Are either of you going to eat that? a) Do either of you want to come? b) Does either of you want to come? And this particular one is really giving my a headache. Neither my best friend nor my brother is here. I know this is one is right, using the verb in third person. But what happens when I use the pronoun you? a) Neither you nor my brother are/ is here? What are the correct ones and why? Which part of the subject should the neither/either agree with? Thank you very much.