Do the following sentences have the same meaning?
He neither have a pen nor have a paper.
He does not have neither a pen nor a paper.
- John PLv 73 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Both mean that they are incorrect!
"He has neither pen nor paper."
- AmulyaPLv 53 weeks ago
The first sentence appears to be incorrect since it lacks coherence of use of proper tense. It's not "He neither have....." but should be...He has neither a pen nor a pen.
The second one , to me, is correct.
- οικοςLv 73 weeks ago
Yes; they both mean that they were written by someone who does not know English well. Do you mean "He has neither pen nor paper."? Or "He does not have either pen or paper."? THOSE sentences have the same meaning.