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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #98917: Too / Either
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Too / Either

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    01- Jane can play the piano, she can play the violin too.

    02- Anna doesn't speak German and her sister Mary doesn't speak it either.

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    1. My mother eats a lot of vegetables; my father eats a lot of vegetables .

    2. They don't like greasy food; I don't like it .

    3. Mario is going to visit his uncle; he is going to visit his aunt .

    4. Mario is from Spain; his friend Roberto is from Spain .

    5. He talks so fast; his friend doesn't talk slowly .

    6. His wife doesn't speak French; she doesn't speak English .

    7. I know them very well; my brother Adam knows them very well .

    8. Mario is working now; his wife Paola is working now .

    9. Roberto plays tennis very well; he plays golf very well .

    10. His wife doesn't like tennis or golf; she doesn't like football .

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