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Hi Folks,

I didn't like it, nor did John or his friend Jane.

Is this fine? Should it be 'or his friend' or 'nor ...'

Thanks.

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I didn't like it, nor did John and his friend Jane.

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anonymousI didn't like it, nor did John or his friend Jane.

That's fine.

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anonymousI didn't like it, nor did John or his friend Jane.

That's fine.

Does "or" mean "and" in that statement? Otherwise, I can't get that statement: I didn't like it, nor did the alternative [John or his friend Jane].

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anonymousDoes "or" mean "and" in that statement?

"Or" defaults to inclusive "or", so yes, sort of.