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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101353: 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


    Neither + Auxiliary Verb + Subject

    We use  it in a negative sentence to show that we agree with another person:

    I don't speak Chinese.- Neither do I.


    So + Auxiliary Verb + Subject

    We use it in a positive sentence  to show that we agree with another person:

    I like red wine.- So do I.

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    1. I live in that block of flats by Fifth Avenue. - .

    2. I am going to Mark's garden party next week. - .

    3. I hadn't seen Tom and his sister before. - .

    4. My parents are going to the theatre tomorrow, and .

    5. Last night they couldn't sleep because of the noise in the street. - .

    6. Steve doesn't like this song, and .

    7. I'd like a cup of black coffee with sugar. - .

    8. I found this exercise too difficult for beginners. - .

    9. Pablo's mother didn't accept his wife. .

    10. She isn't cooking dinner now and .

    11. Matilda is very wise, intelligent and willing to help others. .

    12. Mary won't attend that school. - .

    13. I've tried to get through to them several times but the phone is always engaged. - .

    14. I hate spiders, worms and cockroaches! I get goose pimples every time I see them. - .

    15. The football match was so boring. We weren't enjoying it. - . It was a terrible game.

    16. I always sleep late on the weekends. - . He never goes to sleep before midnight.

    17. He might steal the bike, and .

    18. I didn't pass my French exam. - .

    19. My sons couldn't do those things! - . They have good manners.

    20. I play the piano well, and .

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