But first, let`s talk about how to make those statements. If we use “too” and “either” to show the agreement, they appear at the end. SO is used to show agreement with positive statements. I see the point your teacher made, but the “yes” here is a signal for an agreement and it is flippant. And remember that a negative agreement remains an agreement. The word “too much” shows conformity with positive statements. And the word “either” shows the agreement with the negative statements. Today you will hear and see examples of both. Good observation of Morfik. The reason for the comma before one is usually when it is used as “also” and not as an agreement. I like apples.B.
I like oranges, too. We use brief reactions of agreement with most verbs and some modal verbs. Below are some examples. Thank you Adam, I love your lessons so much. we can say okay, I think . without? I have a lot to do. Again thank you As I don`t think so, remember that “too much” is used only for a positive chord, so you can`t combine it with a negative verb (don`t think). Positive – Adj.
Adam, thank you for your efforts. Mr. Adam I have a question please. We can also say to myself for a negative agreement like. I don`t like the banana we can say or I`m not too familiar with the word “actually.” It actually means “in fact,” and when someone uses it, they are often giving a contrary opinion or another idea. Son on question 3, there is a disagreement with the opposite of “it`s not cold.” The reason you can`t say “me” here is because there is no “me” theme in the first statement. That`s why you need to add a topic to the agreement. The first is an observation that someone has made, not necessarily a personal opinion. Does that make sense? 2) Instead of saying “I think too” in a positive agreement, I could say, “I think so”? No, you can`t change the order in this case. I still don`t agree, I don`t agree, I`m, etc.
In a previous Everyday Grammar program, we talked about the use of the words “so” and “neither” in the brief reactions of the agreement. Today, I`m going to talk about “too much” and “either.” Hello Professor, first thank you for this lesson . but I`m a little confused about the last question. I answer it as a negative agreement, because the word “hate” is negative; the opposite of the verb like> so I didn`t answer id like me! Heh In this case, the correct answer is “Me too,” because it`s an observation that someone made, right? , but why use the positve agreement with negative questions? Or because “I don`t don`t” there`s no “me”? So we have to add a theme, is that true? .