None vs Neither?

______ of the two students had suitable qualifications. 1. Neither 2. None Why?
7 years ago
Asked 7 years ago
Suzuki

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1. Neither ( = not one and not the other). "None" means "not any" and is used for more than two people or things.
Answered 7 years ago
Stu Pitt

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