|'So do I' / 'me too'|
Mathiack from Germany asks:
When can you replace So do I etc, with Me too?
too works quite well in simple exchanges such as:
would be unlikely to say: He too or Her too or They
too, although we can use this construction if it is part of a
longer utterance, as in:
that the so construction is used to agree with a positive statement
and the nor or neither construction is used to agree
with a negative statement. It can be used with all tense forms and
all modal verbs, so you need to be careful to select the right auxiliary
verb or modal. Consider the following:
Now test your knowledge in this simple quiz. Only one of the suggested forms is correct or most appropriate. Click on it.
1 Nor do we.
2 Neither will we.
3 Nor should Fred.
4 So am I.
5 Neither had we.
6 So did Tom.