Short answer agreeing and disagreeing

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Short answer agreeing and disagreeing

  1. 1. By Sandy Millin First speaker positive negative Reply positive object pronoun + too OR So + positive auxiliary + subject pronoun. A: I like chocolate. B: Me too. / So do I. A: I can swim. B: Me too. / So can I. subject pronoun + positive auxiliary A: I don’t like chocolate. B: I do. A: I’ve never been to America. B: I have. negative subject pronoun + negative auxiliary A: I like chocolate. B: Idon’t. A: I’m going to the party tonight. B: I’m not. object pronoun + neither OR Neither + positive auxiliary + subject pronoun A: I don’t like chocolate. B: Me neither. / Neither do I. A: I won’t have a drink. B: Me neither. / Neither will I. me either(AMERICAN SPOKEN) used when someone else has made a negative statement and you mean it is also true of you. This is considered to be incorrect by speakers of British English who would say “Me neither.” A: I don't like horror movies. B: Me either. Definition taken from: http://www.macmillandictionary.com/us/dictionary/american/either, 30th July 2013

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