Agreeing

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Agreeing

  1. 1. Agreeing and disagreeing Agreeing : Positive statements : So +auxiliary+subject Eg: A: I speak fluently B: So do I A: I'd love to be in Paris B: So would I A: My mother is Italian B: So is mine
  2. 2. <ul><li>A: I really like classical music
  3. 3. B: So...........Mary.
  4. 4. A: I went to the beach yesterday
  5. 5. B: So ............my sister.
  6. 6. A: I've been married for 10 years
  7. 7. B: So ............my parents
  8. 8. A: She was born in New York
  9. 9. B: So .......... my kids
  10. 10. A: I'll get pregnant next year
  11. 11. B: ............................ </li></ul>
  12. 12. Negative statements neither/nor +auxiliary+subject Eg: A: I can't make my ends meet B: Nor can I A: I won't go B: Neither will he A: She can't stand soap operas B: Nor can he.
  13. 13. Finish these sentences <ul><li>A: I don't like tea
  14. 14. A: I have never been to Morocco
  15. 15. A: I wouldn't work so much
  16. 16. A: I should stay more time with my family.
  17. 17. A: I won't be here this weekend </li></ul>
  18. 18. Use I (don't, etc) to disagree with a positive statement, and I (do,etc) to disagree with a negative statement Eg: A: I like tea B: really? I don't A: I won't come tomorrow B: I will

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