SO/ NEITHER

If someone says something negative and we agree with them we can use
neither.
If someone says something positive and we agree with them we can use so.
The verb in the statement needs to agree with the verb in the response:
"I am excited about the party."
"So am I."

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Agree with these sentences using So or Neither:
1. I'm exhausted. _____________________________.
2. I was late. _____________________________.
3. I didn't finish it. _____________________________.
4. I didn't enjoy it. _____________________________.
5. I'd like a coffee, please. _________________________.
6. I want one. _____________________________.
7. I'm staying in tonight. _____________________________.
8. I was shocked. _____________________________.
9. I found it very hard. _____________________________.
10. I don't fancy it. _____________________________.
11 - I don't like mushrooms. _____________________________.
12 - I love going to the cinema. _____________________________.
13 - I can't swim. _____________________________.
14 - I haven't got a dog. _____________________________.
15 - I enjoyed the concert. _____________________________.
16 - I want to go shopping. _____________________________.
17 - I'm really tired. _____________________________.
18 - I've got 3 sisters. _____________________________.
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Answer Key:
1. So am I.
2. So was I.
3. Neither did I.
4. Neither did I.
5. So would I.
6. So do I.
7. So am I.
8. So was I.
9. So did I.
10. Neither do I.
11 - Neither do I.
12 - So do I.
13 - Neither can I.
14 - Neither have I.
15 - So did I.
16 - So do I.
17 -So am I.
18 - So have I.

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