SO, TOO, EITHER OR NEITHER

Part I. Complete each sentence using the word in parentheses and the appropriate auxiliary.
Example: (Thomas) Henry has a bad headache, and so ____________________________.
1.
(Tampa) Miami is in South Florida, and _________________________________.
2.
(Gloria) I watched TV last night, and so ______________________________.
3.
(her sister) Maria is not married yet, and ____________________________ neither.
4.
(his brother) Jon can’t speak Arabic, and neither _________________________.
5.
(I) Fernando went home early last night, and so ________________.
6.
(Washington) California is on the West Coast, and ______________________ too.
7.
(dogs) Cats are great pets, and so ______________________.
8.
(mother) My father doesn’t like horror movies, and neither _____________________.
9.
(my brothers) I was born in Ohio, and _________________________ too.
10.
(my friend) I didn’t pass the last exam, and ___________________________ either.
11.
Part II. Complete the following dialogues by agreeing with the first speaker. Use the word in
parentheses in your response. Use “I” as the subject.

3. (either) ___________________. (too) ______________________. (neither) ____________________. 10. 5. I didn’t put my clothes away yesterday. I take after my father. (so) am I. 9. I have to think that over for a few days. (so) ______________________. My family doesn’t enjoy going to the movies very much. B. 8. A. We didn’t enjoy the movie last night. 7. I can’t try on new shoes without socks on. We hadn’t ever ice-skated before. 4. (so) _________________________. (too) _____________________________. (either) ____________________________. (so) _____________________.2. I should take back the library books I borrowed. I have to write down everything he says. I need to pick out a card for my girl’s birthday. 6. 11. (neither) ______________________. I’m really tired. (neither) __________________. .

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