How to agree in English | using "so" and "neither"

source: Crown Academy of English    2014年2月15日
In this video, I show you how to use the word "so" to agree with someone in the affirmative or positive. If there are auxiliary verbs in the original sentence, then we must use the same auxiliary verb when we agree. Example: I am hungry - "So am I." Without auxiliary verbs, we use the verb "to do" - For example - "So do I."
"Neither" is used to agree with somebody in the negative and the same rule regarding auxiliary verbs applies. Example: I am not thirsty - "Neither am I." Without auxiliary verbs, again the verb "to do" is used - For example - "Neither do I."
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