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David, Moderator posted:
JessieHU posted:

Are the following sentences correct?

Neither food nor drinks are allowed in the lab.

Neither drinks nor food is allowed in the lab.

Neither food nor drink is allowed in the lab.

Hello, JessieHU, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange!

Yes, all three sentences are correct. What made you curious?

Uh, it's the singular or the plural format of "food" "drink" and "drinks" that confused me. I saw a wrong sentence. But I did research a bit before I wrote above sentences. Just need confirmation. Thank you David!