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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89986: So/Neither
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Both and its use - Too-Also-As well-Either-Not either - Either...or/ Neither...nor/ Not ... either. - Yes/ No/ So do I/ Neither do I: Short answers. - Making a choice: Either...or/ Neither ...nor... - So / Neither - Either or Neither - Agreement Tags
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    Complete the sentences:

    So + auxiliary + subjet (pronoun)

    Neither + auxiliary + subjet (pronoun)

    For example:

    I like this exercise. So do I.

    I don't like this exercise. Neither do we.

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    1. Jenny loves English. John.
    2. They hate reading. we.
    3. They are engineers. my parents.
    4. You don't like going shopping. I.
    5. We are fond of horse-riding. she.
    6. They're not 18. you.
    7. She isn't a teacher. her mother.
    8. I have got blue eyes. my brother.
    9. She hasn't got brown hair. her parents.
    10. They are hungry. we.
    11. They're not thirsty. I.
    12. He hasn't got a moustache. his son.
    13. She's got freckles. her daughters.
    14. I hate going to school. my children.
    15. We go to school every day. he.

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