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Maedhros

Seems like the sentence "I prefer living neither in Moscow nor St. Petersburg, but in Kiev." would be an example of a useful application of neither and nor.

Crawford Kilian

That would be quite acceptable. But negative expressions in English can be very confusing for non-native English speakers. A positive expression would be preferable: "I prefer living in Kiev rather than Moscow or St. Petersburg."

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