The second sentence is also presently simple and negative, so to show disagreements, we write NEITHER – do – Subjectage. Behind NEITHER, the auxiliary will always be positive, because neither is already a negative word and I do not know that a denial can duplicate in the same sentence. Because with Ni and So for approval and disagreements, we must invest between aid and the subject. Greetings, Patricia As you can see, the first sentence is simple and positive, so to show the agreement, we write SO – Auxiliary of simple present in positive (because we agree) – the subject. To express agreement and disagreement, auxiliaries (“do” are used for the simple present, “did” for simple grazing, “to be” at each time, “to have” for the perfect present, “wants” for the future, “would” be conditional, etc.). Here are some phrases to practice this grammar. A. I like pizza B. So I make (agreement to myself) results: 57313. You guessed it: 57313. Response time: 131 ms.

. In English, as in any other language, it is important to use “I too,” “I neither,” “I do” and “I do not” when communicating. If you communicate in English about a daily life, you will need it, and if you want to take an English exam, I can do you a lot of good, because it shows a fairly high communicative control of the language. Here`s the explanation: Frequent short phrases: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, Plus Get an email with the following comments to this post. Good morning. If in the first two examples, and if I wanted to answer “Not To Me” or “To My Yes”? Take, for example, sentence number 20 to discuss it: in the analysis of the 20th sentence, I think I should say: not “That`s what I did” … Hello, Allan: When you say “yes to me” and “not me,” you say the opposite of the statement, and it happens like this: A. I like pizza. B. That is not the case.

B. I don`t like pizza. B. That`s what I`m doing. As you can see, we do it with the subject and the corresponding assistant, in this case this one. Greetings, Patty has already been corrected. Thank you for working with the English web on little Errata. A greeting ? we say, “That`s how I say “me too.” If, on the contrary, “I don`t have it,” I say “I`m not,” that is, I say something else to the spokesperson (A.