Ví dụ: I didn't get enough to eat, and you didn't either. Me Either is more common in the U.S.A and Me Neither is more common in the U.K and both are used in an informal way. Either has its origins in the Old English word Ç£gther. What is the difference between these two words? Person B: Me, too. / Me neither. You can sign in to vote the answer. "Either" and "neither" are both singular adjectives meaning "one or the other, out of two options." The point is this. > Either mum or dad will come to pick you up. 11. Neither of my daughters is single. I usually tell my students that me neither is the most common, informal way of replying. So DO I/ME TOO- NEITHER DO I- I DON´T EITHER Level: intermediate Age: 14-17 Downloads: 134 : Test - The Clown Doctor Level: elementary Age: 10-17 Downloads: 76 : Using I do, too/ so, do I / me, too / I don’t, either/ Neither, do I / me, neither to show agreement. For a slightly more formal response (and one that is more common in writing), use I don’t either or neither do I. When used as an adverb, either is meant to convey a link with a preceding statement. This is considered to be incorrect by speakers of British English who would say me neither “I don’t like horror movies.” “Me either. Here, it is used in order to make a choice clear: you may do one or the other. me too kelimelerinin eş anlamlısı Me too means is to include yourself/be in agreement with something Like: "I like ice cream" "me too!" > Which one is grammatically right: "neither I" or "neither me"? Two ways to say it in the negative form. Advertisement. Neither "Either" and "neither" represent a pair of words frequently used in the English vocabulary. 7. Me either or Me neither? There are boats on both sides of the river. You are not a teacher, and ____. The following example sentences show this use. "Me either" is a phrase which is often translated as "yo tampoco", and "me neither" is a phrase which is also often translated as "yo tampoco". Me either is actually incorrect English Me neither is similar to me too but is in agreement with something someone doesn't find favorable "I don't like ice cream" "me neither"|you use 'me either' when you agree with someone. Have a look at the chart below. (= Sam is hungry and Mary is hungry.) not either vs neither : When you agree with someone in the negative you can use not either or neither. *Some people say me either while others insist it’s incorrect.Personally, I prefer me neither. Learn more about the difference between "me either" and "me neither… B: Me neither. : Me, too We say me, too when we are reacting to a grammatically positive statement: Sam: I love tennis. Neither can I (of your two suggestions, me neither makes sense where me either does not, but neither is good grammar) 1 0. Bob: Me neither. [less formal] Either can only be used in response to a NEGATIVE verb in the first sentence. Please, be more careful, you are a native speaker! Tip: In informal speech, you can say "me either" or "me neither" to agree with a negative statement someone has made. People just don't say the "n". 1. But colloquial usage would often be either "I don't either" OR the simple "Me neither". Me Either and Me Neither have the same meaning when you agree to a negative sentence. As for "NEITHER" vs. "EITHER" -- generally, I'd encourage you to say "neither". When used as an adjective either means "one or the other of two people or things," and neither means "not one or the other of two people or things." 5. me neither phrase. How to use Either and Neither. However, "neither" is more correct since "either" means "one or the other." I say 'me either' but your guess is as good as mine - I've been wondering the same question for a while actually. I am neither a conservative nor a liberal. Re: "me neither" or "me either"? Either vs. A) me either B) me neither I was told that: The answer for sentence 1 is "A." A) me either B) me neither 2. They are used differently in other contexts. Q2> If "me, either" can be used as a short way of " I don't like him, either, I think there is no difference in meaning between "me, netiehr" and "me, either". View Profile View Forum Posts VIP Member Other. But I think both are OK in the two cases. Either vs Neither. 12. Example: I don’t like tennis. ME TOO/I DO TOO VS ME NEITHER/I DON'T EITHER In this video you will learn how to agree and disagree in English using the words too, either and neither. Person A: I do not like soup for dinner. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. A: I didn't enjoy the film. In addition, they are also used wrongly quite often, so everything becomes even more unclear. John didn’t pass the test, and Peter didn’t either. Person B: Neither [or nor] do I. As words, there are some interesting facts about either and neither. "me either" is not really a proper phrase. Me neither/Me either. A: I don't like coffee. How do you think about the answers? ... Me either! 9. Either and neither used on their own can also mean 'one or the other', 'whichever of the two' / 'not this one and not the other one', or 'not one of the two': There are boats on either side of the river. It can be a little confusing using such phrases as me too, so do I, me neither, etc. BUY THE BOOK! VERSUS. Join Date: Sep 2003; Posts: 12,970 #4 25-Jan-2007, 13:59. Casiopea. Suppose your friend says "I didn't like that movie" or "I don't want to go home yet". Level: intermediate Age: 12-17 Downloads: 46 : me too/me neither The answer for sentence 2 is "B." If you don't like cheese, you can show your agreement in different ways:-B: I don't like it either. Community Q&A Search. Here is the difference. A: I don't like coffee. In this context, both phrases mean the same thing. 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