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Hi,
Can a person change this sentence as such?

The sentence: I tried to tell you what happenede in plain language, without being too complicated or too hard.

Change it to:

I tried to tell you what happenede in plain language, without being neither too complicated nor too hard.

I tried to tell you what happenede in plain language, without being eithe too complicated or too hard.

I feel the first one is wrong in that a combination of 'without' and 'neither' isn't good or correct for this purpose.
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You're right, but your sentences have other problems:

I tried to tell you what happened in plain language, without my explanation being too complicated or too hard.
I tried to tell you what happened in plain language, without my explanation being either too complicated or too hard.
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Thank you, again. I don't see the need to have the words 'my explanation' there before the word 'being'. Would you tell me why they are necessary?

Your corrective work:

I tried to tell you what happened in plain language, without my explanation being too complicated or too hard.
I tried to tell you what happened in plain language, without my explanation being either too complicated or too hard.
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Otherwise, it makes 'I' 'too complicated or too hard', which does not really make sense.
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