This video is showing How to use too & either & so am I and neither do I in English subject information and we also cover the subjects:
- When to use either.
- Either and neither.
- When to use so am I
- When to use neither do I
- When to use Neither am I = I’m not either.
- When to use Neither can I = I can’t either.
- When to use too.
- Difference Between So And Neither In English Solution.
We use too and either at the end of a sentence.
We use too after a positive verb:
A: I’m happy.
B: I’m happy too.
A: I enjoyed the film.
B: I enjoyed it too.
Sara is a doctor. Her Father is a doctor too.
We use either after a negative verb:
A: I’m not happy.
B: I’m not happy either.
A: I can’t drive.
B: I can’t either.
Sami doesn’t watch TV. He doesn’t read newspapers either.
so am I / neither do I
so am I = I am too.
so have I = I have too.
A: I’m working.
B: So am I. (= I’m working too)
A: I was late for work today.
B: So was Sam.
A: I work in a bookstore.
B: So do I.
A: We went to the cinema last night.
B: So did we.
A: I’d like to go to Australia.
B: So would I.
Neither am I = I’m not either
Neither can I = I can’t either
A: I’m not happy.
B: Neither am I.
A: I haven’t got a key.
B: Neither have I. (= I haven’t either)
A: Kate can’t cook.
B: Neither can Tom.
A: I won’t (= will not) be here tomorrow.
B: Neither will I.
A: I never go to the cinema.
B: Neither do I.
A: I’m not married.
B: Nor am I. or Neither am I.
Let’s practice with more examples:
- Sarah hasn’t got a car and neither has Mark.
- I’m not hungry. I’m not hungry either.
- I’m going out. I’m going out too.
- It rained on Monday. It rained on Tuesday too.
- Rachel can’t drive a car. She can’t ride a bike either.
- I don’t like shopping. I don’t like shopping either.
- Emma’s mother is a teacher. Her father is a teacher too.
- I never read newspapers. Neither do I. (= I never read newspapers either.)
- My coffee wasn’t hot. Neither was mine.
- I went to bed late last night. So did I.
- I’m thirsty. So am I.
- I’ve just eaten. So have I.
- I love rainy days. Me too.
- I need a holiday. So do I.
- I’ll be late tomorrow. So will I.
- I was very tired this morning. So was I.
- I can’t go to the party. Neither can I.
- I didn’t phone Alex last night. Neither did I.
- I haven’t got any money. Neither have I.
- I’m not going out tomorrow. Neither am I.
- I don’t know what to do. Neither do I.
- I’m tired today. So am I. or I’m not.
- I’m learning English. So am I.
- I can ride a bike. So can I. or I can’t.
- I’m not American. Neither am I. or I am.
- I like cooking. So do I. or I don’t.
- I don’t like cold weather. Neither do I. or I do.
- I slept well last night. So did I. or I didn’t.
- I’ve never run a marathon. Neither have I. or I have.
- I don’t use my phone much. Neither do I. or I do
- I’m going out tomorrow evening. So am I. or I’m not.
- I haven’t been to Scotland. Neither have I. or I have.
- I didn’t watch TV last night. Neither did I. or I did.
- I go to the cinema a lot. So do I. or I don’t.
- We aren’t going to Jon’s party. Nor are we.
- He’s never eaten caviar. I haven’t either.
- You were late yesterday. So were the others.
- My parents don’t smoke. Mine don’t either.
- We had pasta for dinner last night. I had too.
- You weren’t trying very hard. Neither were you.
- I can’t come to class today. Neither can I.
- He’d finished the exam in an hour. So had we.
- I’m a big fan of country music. So am I.
- Maria wasn’t studying last night. Neither was Sally.
- We could see everything. They could too.
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