Agreement And Disagreement. (So Neither Too Either)

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Hey, Adam! My name is Natalie. Thank you for your lesson! Please give me some advice. Question 10: “I hate people talking on their phones during the movie.” That`s a negative statement, isn`t it? “I hate it” – it`s negative! But in the quiz, the correct answer to these questions is “Me too.” Why is the answer “me neither” wrong? The easiest way to agree in English is to say “Me too” (to accept a positive statement) or “I don`t agree” (with a negative statement): as for “so,” the auxiliary help in the response agrees with “neither” with the statement: A: I don`t speak Russian. → B: Neither do I. A: Peter is not happy. →B: I`m not either. A: I can`t play musical instruments. →B: I can`t either. A: I wasn`t in Paris yet.

→ B: Neither do I. If this statement had been negative (I don`t hate it) would have been your answer: I still have it (you don`t hate it either) So is used to show conformity with positive statements. The most important thing you remember is that neither nor for negative statements at AGREE. For the Z.B, I don`t like beer. Neither do I, or I don`t either. I`m not hungry. I`m not either. I`m not either. Hello Adam, can you give me some examples or a few sentences on ->me ni ->I don`t know either – > if anyone said I hate this thing I shouldn`t tell myself, nor am I right?? Good observation of Morfik.

The reason for the comma before one is usually when it is used as “also” and not as an agreement. I like apples.B. I like oranges, too. I can say (Me too)? and the dose have the same meaning as (me neither)? I am always confused between the two and no one: Please help! To show agreement with so and both, the choice of verb and tension in response depends on the initial instruction. I see the point your teacher made, but the “yes” here is a signal for an agreement and it is flippant. And remember that a negative agreement remains an agreement. In this case, the correct answer is “Me too,” because it`s an observation that someone made, right? , but why use the positve agreement with negative questions? Or because “I don`t don`t” there`s no “me”? So we have to add a theme, don`t we? Me neither. I`m not going to do it. Me too. I love school, especially quiz.) In Pete`s statement, “Neither I nor I,” for example, the word will not be followed by either the auxiliary verb or subject I.

I don`t know when to use both. I`m going to do the Toelf, but I`m not very good at verb patters and I`m very slow. What can I do? It doesn`t work:( Thank you, Adam. I learned a lot from you.

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