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When you find something pleasant:
I like English. ❤️
When you enjoy something a lot, you can use LOVE :
I love foreign languages. ❤️❤️❤️
We use the present simple (I like / he, she, it likes) because it is true today but also tomorrow or in a few days.
II) I DON'T LIKE
When you don't like something:
I don't like carrots. 🖤
He doesn't like carrots. 🖤
If it is followed with another verb, please use -ING:
I don't like eating carrots. 🖤
I hate carrots. 🖤🖤
He hates carrots. 🖤🖤
I can't stand carrots. 🖤🖤🖤
He can't stand carrots. 🖤🖤🖤
III) AGREEMENT TAGS
- STEP 1: check if it is an affirmative sentence or a negative sentence.
Affirmative? Use SO...
Negative? Use NEITHER...
Peter likes carrots. So do I.❤️
Peter doesn't like carrots. Neither do I. 🖤
- STEP 2: use the same tense.
In the two examples above, we use DO / DOES because the first sentence is in the present simple.
- STEP 3: Build your sentence:
> Affirmative: SO + auxiliary (same tense) + subject
> Negative: NEITHER + auxiliary (same tense) + subjet
Try with these sentences:
Paul: I like English a lot.
Sarah: So do I.
Paul: I don't like potatoes.
Sarah: Neither do I.
:p5 Other tenses?
Peter phoned Sarah. So did I.
Peter didn't phone Sarah. Neither did I.
We use DID because the first sentence uses the preterite.
Sarah likes tennis. (John) -> So does John.
Please enter the dot at the end.
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