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  • Hi everyone, James here.

  • We're going to take a look at some quick

  • and easy ways to agree with other people's

  • opinions.

  • If someone says something positive that you

  • agree with, you can say 'so do I' or 'so am I'.

  • 'I love sushi!'

  • 'So do I!'

  • 'I'm really tired today.'

  • 'So am I!'

  • You can also say 'me too!'

  • However, when somebody says something negative

  • with the word 'not' for example, we use the

  • word 'neither' or 'neither'.

  • 'Neither do I', or 'neither am I'.

  • 'I don't go to the cinema very often.'

  • 'Neither do I.'

  • 'I'm not very well at the moment.'

  • 'Neither am I.'

  • We can also just say 'me neither!'

  • So, to agree with something positive, you

  • use the word 'so', but to agree with something

  • negative, we use 'neither' or 'neither'.

  • Thanks for joining us, everybody.

Hi everyone, James here.

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So vs Neither - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/15
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