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guys, how do you agree beside "me too"?

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guys, how do you agree beside "me too"?

Postby nevertheless » Thu Apr 12, 2012 4:10 pm

well i know negative agreements like "neither do i"
but when i need a positive one it sounds a lil stupid keep repeating "me too", is there any other way to agree effectively? :) thanks guys for helping!
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Re: guys, how do you agree beside "me too"?

Postby JeromeTwain » Tue May 01, 2012 7:15 pm

Another way to express agreement could be to use: "So + (verb) + I".
The verb in this reply depends on the verb in the other's statement.

Example: "I play football".
"So do I".

or "I'm Australian".
"So am I".

remember that this form is a bit more formal than "me too" {-;
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Re: guys, how do you agree beside "me too"?

Postby nevertheless » Wed May 02, 2012 11:08 am

thanks a lot, that's precisely what i was looking for! :)
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