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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3977: So / Neither ?
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I [Change theme]
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    So / Neither ?


    To agree with a positive statement:
    We use so + auxiliary modal verb + pronoun:


    'I like tea without sugar.'
    'So do I.'


    To agree with a negative statement:
    We use nor/neither + auxiliary modal verb + pronoun:


    'I don't like tea with sugar.'
    'Nor do I.' or 'Neither do I.'


    To disagree with a positive statement:
    We use pronoun + auxiliary modal verb + not (-n't):


    'I like tea without sugar.'
    'I don't.'


    To disagree with a negative statement:
    We use pronoun + auxiliary modal verb:


    'I don't like tea with sugar.'
    'I do.'



    Write a short answer containing 'so' or 'neither' :
    Example: She went to the States. (I) ==> So, did I.




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    1. Dany loves travelling.(I)

    2. Peter phoned Sarah.(Brian)

    3. Peter doesn't like carrots.(I)

    4. You went to Australia last year.(She)

    5. Mike doesn't like mathematics.(We)









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