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17 / 09 / 2012

AGREEING AND DISAGREEING (1): meaning and examples

Good morning everyone. Welcome back! I hope all of you had a great summer.

We are going to start off the year with a set of Daily Vitamins to answer a query we received from Ángel G. a long time ago. He wrote...

Hello Matthew. I have doubts when using the forms: "So do I" and "I also". I would appreciate it if you would dedicate a Daily Vitamin to this issue.

In fact, Ángel, we use me too, and NOT "I also".

Today's expression is: ME TOO

It is used: to state that we have the same opinion or that we are doing the same thing as another person.

NOTE: We can only use ME TOO to agree with a statement that was expressed in the affirmative.

Example 1:
Debbie: I'm going to Alice's dinner party on Friday night.
Karen: Me too. It should be fun.

Example 2
: I've decided to join that new health club on Fourth Avenue and Main Street.
: Me too. I really need to get into shape.

Example 3:
Sarah: I'm really hot.
Alex: Me too. Let's open a window.

Tomorrow we will look at the negative version of this statement.

I hope you have a pleasant day.