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1 English Grammar for FCE – Academia de Música e idiomas Proyección Musical

2 English Grammar for FCE – Academia de Música e idiomas Proyección Musical

AGREEING WITH STATEMENTS

So do I / Neither do I So did I / Neither did I


You can say “So did I” and “Neither did I” to respond to simple
You can say “So do I” and “Neither do I” to respond to simple
past sentences.
present sentences.
 “I studied chemistry in college.”
 “I always sleep late on the weekends.”
“So did I.”
“So do I.”
 “I didn’t like broccoli when I was a kid.”
 “I don’t think that’s a good idea.”
“Neither did I.”
“Neither do I.”

So am I / Neither am I So was I / Neither was I


You can say “So was I” and “Neither was I” to respond to simple
You can say “So am I” and “Neither am I” to respond to simple
past sentences with the verb BE or past continuous sentences.
present sentences with the verb “BE” or present continuous
sentences.
 “I was very athletic when I was in high school.”
“So was I.”
 “I’m from Moscow.”
 “I wasn’t happy about the new company policy.”
“So am I!”
“Neither was I.”
 “I’m not very outgoing.”
“Neither am I.”
 “I’m studying for the test next week.”
“So am I.”
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So have I / Neither have I


You can say “So have I” and “Neither have I” to respond
So will I / Neither will I
to present perfect sentences and present perfect continuous
You can say “So will I” and “Neither will I” to respond to
sentences.
sentences with “will” and “won’t.”
 “I’ve been married for over 20 years.”
 “I’ll be in the office until 8 PM today.”
“So have I.”
“So will I.”
 “I haven’t had much free time this week.”
 “I won’t be able to go on the trip.”
“Neither have I.”
“Neither will I.”
 “I’ve been thinking about learning a new language.”
“So have I.”
 “I haven’t been feeling well lately.” So would I / Neither would I
“Neither have I.”
You can say “So would I” and “Neither would I” to respond to
So can I / Nor can I sentences with “would” and “wouldn’t.”

 “I’d like to learn how to cook.”


You can say “So can I” and “Nor can I” to respond to sentences
“So would I.”
with “can” and “can’t.”
 “I wouldn’t recommend that restaurant.”
“Neither would I.”
 “I can run a mile in six minutes.”
“So can I.”
 “I can’t sing very well.”
“Nor can I.”