Grammar Pattern 37|
Either / Neither / Too / So
They don't agree and neither do I!
In English grammar, we use words such as "Either", "Neither", "Too" or "So" to show
agreement during a conversation. Use one of these expressions to give answers.
Pronunciation Practice - Repeat each sentence out loud!
1. She seems very tired. (I am too!)
2. I want to go home. (So do I!)
3. I don't like this TV show. (I don't either!)
4. I am not happy with this class. (Neither am I!)
5. We don't want to go out tonight. How about you? (I don't either.)
Conversation Practice - Ask these questions to your friends!
1. How does your sister (or brother) feel now? How about you?
2. Do you have a million dollars? How about your friends?
3. Have your friends been to South Africa? How about you?
4. Can your parents fly an airplane? What about you?
5. Which country were you born in? What about your brother? (or sister?)
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