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Do the following three mean the same? Are they all grammatically correct?

 
 
Reply Wed 15 Jul, 2020 10:05 pm
Neither of his parents is alive.
Not either of his parents is alive.
Either of his parents is not alive.
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Reply Wed 15 Jul, 2020 10:13 pm
@suwon kim,
Only the first is correct
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Reply Sat 18 Jul, 2020 05:04 am
@engineer,
What do you think of the following opinion? I am confused by two different opinions.
https://able2know.org/topic/550219-1#post-7038813

1. Neither you nor he is right.
2. Not either you or he is right.
3. Either you or he is not right.
4. Both you and he are not right.

In 1, 2, and 4 both people are wrong. But in 3, one person is wrong.
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