Express Agreement Too Either
Posted On April 9, 2021
Thanks, your videos are really good, I always get bored when I had tried to study by myself, but with you guys is so nice and I felt motivated. After all, I can Ni hahaha. Hello Adam, can we also say, “Neither me?” Or does it have to be “me neither” in that particular order? For example, s.o. know: “I don`t like s.th!” I can answer, “Neiher me!” Or is it wrong? Thank you very much! Including or allowing us to reduce the second clause by attacking the particular part of the first clause (often the motrase) that we omit in the second clause. In the language, we use intonation to display the focused part. great.i did it anyway. The only problem I`ve had is that I`m either confused and not sorden for example (neither I do, nor i) but now I get it We can offer a choice between two items with X or Y. “Choose one”. I think the quiz had something against Obama, but I don`t really care hahahahaha by the way, good lesson, I had some problems about where you can or won`t use it, I`m glad I found this video. Peter is too impatient to be in customer relations, and he`s not good with people either. Tess is lazy.
She doesn`t want to study either. The reason you can`t say “me” here is because there is no “me” theme in the first statement. That`s why you need to add a topic to the agreement. The first is an observation that someone has made, not necessarily a personal opinion. Does that make sense? Thank you Adam, I love your lessons so much. we can say okay, I think . without? I have a lot to do. Thank you again You may not be familiar with the word “actually.” It actually means “in fact,” and when someone uses it, they are often giving a contrary opinion or another idea. Son on question 3, there is a disagreement with the opposite of “it`s not cold.” Finally, I had learned to use “either or” in the correct situation. Thank you, Adam. I think Romney is not going to win the US election: – I`m not (informal) – me either.
– I don`t believe what he says, and neither do I. (rare, rare, never/hardly, hardly) The easiest way to agree in English is to say “Me too” (to accept a positive statement) or “I`m not” (to be reconciled with a negative statement): me either.