Don’t say: “I speak neither French or German.”
Or: “I speak neither French nor German.”
Both… and is used for two things:
- I speak both English and Spanish.
Either… or is used for one thing, but not the other.
- You can choose one flavor of ice cream – either chocolate or vanilla.
Neither… nor is used for not two things.
(You can’t use “neither… or” – it’s incorrect.)
- I don’t like soccer. I don’t like tennis. I like neither soccer nor tennis.