But you use this only when you're talking about two subjects, right?

Héctor

Kwiziq community member

12 November 2016

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But you use this only when you're talking about two subjects, right?

I mean, In all the previous examples you were only talking about two people. What if I want to talk about three or more people/objects/animals?

This relates to:
Ni l'un(e) ni l'autre ne ... = Neither [one nor the other] (negation) -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

21 November 2016

21/11/16

Bonjour Héctor !

Could you please give me a specific example of what you mean, and I'd be happy to look into it for you :)

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