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. But first, let`s talk about how to make those statements. If we use “too” and “either” to show the chord, they appear at the end. I was disoriented when I see the negative statement with the positive agreement list….. I`ve seen a lot of examples with books and the Internet. Adam forgot to say that the tension of the statement -ve is true with Ace for I don`t think too, 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. Or express support, approval or approval either and do not work in a simple sentence, in the same way, and also in affirmative sentences. They are used to mention the negative agreement. To do so, the same rules apply to auxiliaries, whether they are and do, do or apply. The easiest way to agree in English is to say “me too” (to accept a positive statement) or “I am not” (to accept a negative statement): in a previous Grammar Everyday program, we were talking about the use of the words “so” and “neither” in brief responses to the agreement. Today, I`m going to talk about “to” and “either.” 2) Instead of saying “I think too” in a positive agreement, I could say, “I think so”? 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! Hey, Adam! Can you answer my question, please? If someone says, “I don`t think Romney will win,” how can I agree or disagree? Like a positive or negative statement? The most important thing we should keep in mind is that we are also and so, to agree with positive statements, not to agree with negative statements.
Why isn`t “Me Too” a bad answer? That is a positive statement. I can use “So do I, I do too or me too,” can`t I? Thank you for your response. Petra We use brief answers of the concordance with most verbs and some modal verbs. Below are some examples. 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.