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  • 1. Agreement and Disagreement
  • 2. Positive Agreement
    • We use So+auxiliary or modal verb+subject to express agreement when the sentence is in the positive form:
    • He is British, so am I.
    • Colloquially we can also use Me too .
  • 3. Negative Agreement
    • We use Neither/Nor+auxiliary or modal verb+subject to express agreement when the sentence is in the negative form:
    • He hasn’t eaten yet, Neither/Nor have I.
    • Colloquially we can also use Me neither
  • 4. Disagreement
    • We use But+subject+auxiliary or modal verb to express disagreement.
    • If the sentence is in the positive form, the auxiliary verb is in the negative form:
    • I like reading books, but he doesn’t.
    • If the sentence is in the negative form, the auxiliary verb is in the positive form: He wasn’t playing tennis, but they were.

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