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. Thank you, Adam. I learned a lot from you. There is another meaning of (either) that is (either). I 🙂 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.). Hello Adam, can you give me some examples or a few sentences on ->me ni ->I haven`t yet ->I congratulate me – you finished So / Neither / Too Quiz. Consent…. I do it too, I do it too, I also think I agree with your opinion…

I don`t think I agree with you either, I think differently, you can say “If do I” and “Weneither I do” to answer simple current sentences. In the quiz, I can use the third question: me too. Me neither. I don`t think so either. as answers. someone told me that if you use the word either, which means you choose one since, but if you use the word, do not choose anything of that… .. It`s true? You can rewrite it: “William doesn`t work there, and neither does John.” But maybe we can rewrite it: “William doesn`t work there, and John doesn`t work there.” – just add “either” at the end of the original sentence. Hello Adam, so you can`t use the phrase “I agree” when your friend talks about what he or she likes, right? and if the phrase “I am not informal either, “I do either” and “neither do me” are formal? Hey, Adam! I`m new to this side and I really like it. It is very useful and I am learning a lot. I have questions about this lesson when we talk about people in 3D, what`s the answer? For example, when I say, “I like to watch videos, and Fabiola too,” can we use another Markisser? And another question is whether we can use “CAN”? I hope you can help me. As you read above and you saw in the video, “so” and “too” are used for positive statements, and “neither” nor “no” are used for negative statements.