Please see these two sentences:
- I am not your slave, nor do I have to follow your advice.
- I am not your slave, neither do I have to follow your advice.
Which one is correct? If neither is correct, please do not divide the sentence into two parts using a full stop; please give only one sentence.
Can I also use ‘and’ and say: “I am not your slave and I do not have to follow your advice.”?
I think the sentence structure in my sentence number 1 is correct.However as Wendikidd has pointed out the sentence does not make any sense.But if it were making sense,then ‘nor’ can be used without neither.This is what I have understood.
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