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Either Wally nor me - should this be Wally or I is?

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Neither Wally nor me are willing to sell these pugs separately; indeed, my partner and appraiser believe that someone who is knowledgeable in the world of antiques are waiting for these pugs, which are indigenous to China.
asked May 07 '12 at 00:02 Dawn New member

So, from what I am understanding, it should be Wally and I....

DawnMay 07 '12 at 20:23

And I have their.."everyone of our customer are already the owner" or should it be " is the owner"

DawnMay 07 '12 at 20:25

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That is correct, but sounds awkward in this case.  How about something like:

Neither Wally nor I will sell ...

link comment answered May 07 '12 at 18:14 Kay M Purcell New member

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