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Hi! everyone Please tell me,did I use "neither" and "none" right in the below sentences?
(Actually these two sentences are related to cricket)
1-Neither of these teams player has scored a hundred(there are two teams thats why I used "neither")
2-None of these three teams player has scored a hundred.
Please tell me,are these sentences right? And also how should I say this?
Thanks!
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"neither" and "none" are both use correctly.
silak12And also how should I say this?
Neither of these teams has scored one hundred.
None of these three teams has scored one hundred.
Thanks for answering but I think you didn't notice that I wrote "team's player" not the team alone.What I meant to say was
not only a single player of team scored a hundred. Can you please take a look at that again?
Thanks!
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Neither of the players on the team has scored one hundred.
None of the players on the three teams have scored one hundred.
Well, if you want to talk about the individual players I don't think you will be able to use "neither", at least not without an awkward and potentially confusing construction.

Here are a couple of suggestions:
"None of the players on either of these teams has scored one hundred runs." (The case of two teams)
"None of the players on any of these teams has scored one hundred runs." (The case of three or more teams but note that it's possible, although unlikely, that this could be said in the case of just two teams)
JohnParisNone of the players on the three teams have scored one hundred.
Sir! Could I ask why did you use "have" in above shouldn't it be "has"?
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Sorry, it's a typo. I'll correct it. Thanks. John
I tried to edit it but I'm unable to do so. My apologies.
No, Its ok.
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