A. I love pizza B. So do I (chord = me too) Because with Neither and So for the deal and inconvenience, we have to make an investment between the auxiliary and the subject. Greetings, Patricia The expression of agreement and discordance are used in English auxiliaries („do“ for this simple, „did“ para past simple, „to be“ in one of its eras, „have“ as a perfect present, „will“ for the future, „would“ as a condition, etc.). Let`s see some examples: As you can see, the first sentence is in the present simple, and positively, so to show the agreement, we write SO + auxiliary simply positively (because we are with the agreement) + the subject. There are always expressions such as reach an agreement, which means „agreement“. The word „agreement“ is the name. If you know the essentials, there is the second volume, Basic English 2, which takes you to the pre-intermediate level. As always, some of what I earn goes to solidarity, because I like to contribute to the good things when I can. Hello, Allan: If you say „yes“ and „no,“ say the opposite of the statement, and it goes like this: A. I love pizza. B. I don`t know.
B. I don`t like pizza. B. I do. As you can see, we do this with the subject and the corresponding auxiliary, in this case the one of the present. Hello, Patty. In the analysis of sentence 20, I should say, not „So I did“. Then I leave you some prayers to practice this grammar. Get an email with the following comments about this entry. Look carefully at this sentence! Memorízala! Close your eyes and look at it! Be especially attentive to the absence of the verb that is not because it is not there and period.
The expressions I disagree and don`t agree are essentially the same. Thank you I am preparing for the B2 exam in English, could you tell me the essentials to get the diploma? I`m leaving in September Thank you in advance If you don`t watch the video, click here: Do you agree with me? In English, as in any other language, it is important to use „me too“ and „me“, „I do it“ and „I don`t“ when communicating. If you communicate in English every day, you will need it, and if you take an English exam, I can tell you very well, because it shows a fairly high control of the communicative language. Here is the explanation: The second sentence is also in the present simple and negative, so to show the disagreement, we write NEITHER + do + subjecto. Behind NEITHER, the assistant will always be positive, because neither is already a negative word, and I don`t know, can duplicate a denial in the same sentence. . . .