Agreement Tags So And Neither

SO is used to show consistency with positive statements. Still, there are many things you can do with what you`ve learned! For example, for today`s uses as well and neither how you read stories, listen to music and watch shows and movies in American English. Pete says he has no idea what`s going on. What about “too much” and “be”? We can also use “I do too” and “I don`t do either,” which means the same thing as “So do I” and “Neither do I”: the word is therefore consistent with positive statements. And the word does not correspond to negative statements. Today you will hear and see examples of both. But if we use it and don`t show approval, the structure will change. The subject comes to the end and we mainly use an auxiliary verb. The structure is as follows: To agree with this and not show, the choice of verb and tension in response depends on the initial instruction.

One can say “me too” or “I don`t” in response to statements at any time (present, past, future, continuous present, perfect present, perfect past, etc.). In Pete`s statement, “Neither I nor I,” for example, the word will not be followed by either the auxiliary verb or subject I. If and only if one of them appears in the sentence, it is considered a negative-polarized sentence and the “consensual” answer is used “neither”: the simplest way to agree in English is to say “I for” (to be reconciled with a positive statement) or “I do not agree” (agree with a negative statement): if someone says something negative and we agree with them , we can`t use either of them. If someone says something positive and we agree with them, we can use it. “Me neither” and “Me neither”: we can also use “me too” and “me neither.” “I too” has the same meaning as `so ` hilfsverb ` I` and `I neither` has the same meaning as `neither ` auxiliary verb `I`. “Me too” and “I don`t” are very informal: and neither answer can be very difficult. Let`s focus on what we say when we agree with someone. In English, we also cannot use words and say that what applies to someone also applies to us. In today`s program, I will talk about it and I will not talk about it.

Let`s start with the simple verb present tense and I`ll show you what I mean. practical — and it`s always to become better — n.n. a form of verb that is used to show when an action has occurred But first, we`re going to talk about how we can make those statements.