Now practice the questions with or not phrases or a short answer after what is true for you. So, and neither answer can be very difficult. Let`s focus on what we say when we agree with someone. After so/we do not use the same auxiliary or modal verb as in the first sentence: be, do, have, can, want, must, etc. To say that A is or does the same thing as B, we can use -adjunct verb – subject for positive sentences and neither `ancillary` for negative sentences. Neither is a negative word, as not. This is why the auxiliary verb should not be affirmative after neither. After adding a negative idea, we can add another negative idea using the phrase “neither I nor” nor “I am” nor “Neither I” nor “neither I” nor “neither I” nor “Neither I” nor “nor me”. If someone says something negative and we agree with them, we cannot use either. If someone says something positive and we agree with them, we can use it.
4A: I can`t forgive them for what happened. B: `I can neither forgive them nor forgive them. To tell you that something someone said is true for you, too, you can just say, “Me too.” To say that a negative statement applies to you as well, you can say “me neither.” In such situations, we sometimes use auxiliary verbs and pronouns in one way or another. The table below describes how to do this. The `so do I` or `so bin I` structure is used to add the sentence in advance. It uses the same auxiliary verb as in the previous sentence. 9A: I watched the game in a bar. B: `So I thought.` 10A: `I`d really like to leave.` B: “I wouldn`t do it that way either.” 8A: You have not told the truth. B: `You haven`t set up yet.` For example, I`m tired.
You could answer with “So I am” if you`re tired or “I`m not.” if you`re not tired. Find errors in sentences. Write sentences correctly. If there is no auxiliary or modal adverb in the first sentence, we use do/do does for the present and for the past. 2A: “I`m very thirsty.” B: `I`m too I am me`. . . . . Let us also not forget that the verb of the statement must correspond to the verb of the answer: lesson of Caroline Devane, teacher at EC Cape Town English Language School 7 Years will be there, and her sister will be sister. 6A: `Mom was very proud of us.` B: `And so was dadtoo was dadso dadso was.` . .
5A: “I drink too much coffee.” B: “I`m not either.” 1. `I`m tired. That`s how I am. 2. “I was late.” That`s how I was. 3. I didn`t like this movie. Me neither. 4. `I`m not done yet.
Me neither. 5. “I love coffee.” That`s what I`m doing. 6. I can swim. That`s how I can. 7. “I`m still two days away.” That`s how I am.
8. “She has a degree in physics.” That`s how I have it. 9.