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Agreement

También (too) (so) --- Tampoco (either) (neither)

Affirmative (too) (so) Negative (either) (neither)
I am hungry, and so are you.
I am hungry, and you are too.
I am not tired, and neither are my friends.
I am not tired, and my friends are not either.
My wife is a lawyer, and so am I.
My wife is a lawyer, and I am too.
My sister is not here, and neither are my parents.
My sister is not here, and my parents are not either.
She was here yesterday, and so was he.
She was here yesterday, and he was too.
They were not working, and neither was she.
They were not working, and she was not either.
They were working, and so was I.
They were working, and I was too.
She was not from Brazil, and neither are they.
She was not from Brazil, and they are not either.
I can swim, and so can my brother.
I can swim, and my brother can too.
I can't play chess, and neither can you.
I can't play chess, and you can't either.
I could finish on time, and so could my colleagues.
I could finish on time, and my colleagues could too.
She couldn't see the film, and neither could I.
She couldn't see the film, and I couldn't either.
They might go fishing, and so might we.
They might go fishing, and we might too.
He might not stay longer, and neither might we.
He might not stay longer, and we might not either.
We must work hard, and so must he.
We must work hard, and he must too.
We must not be late, and neither must you.
We must not be late, and you must not either.
I should study more, and so should you.
I should study more, and you should too.
I shouldn't drink so much, and neither should you.
I shouldn't drink so much, and you shouldn't either.
They will go to the movies, and so will I.
They will go to the movies, and I will too.
They won't attend the concert, and neither will I.
They won't attend the concert, and I won't either.
I would earn more, and so would my partner.
I would earn more, and my partner would too.
We wouldn't work on Sundays, and neither would she.
We wouldn't work on Sundays, and she wouldn't either.
Bill is going to rest, and so are his friends.
Bill is going to rest, and his friends are too.
Mary is not going to come, and neither are her children.
Mary is not going to come, and her children aren't either.
Jane studies German, and so do I.
Jane studies German, and I do too.
Susan doesn't know you, and neither do I.
Susan doesn't know you, and I don't either.
I like to go fishing, and so does my brother.
I like to go fishing, and my brother does too.
I don't like novels, and neither does my girlfriend.
I don't like novels, and my girlfriend doesn't either.
John cleaned the house, and so did his wife.
John cleaned the house, and his wife did too.
Bill didn't come, and neither did his brother.
Bill didn't come, and his brother didn't either.
Jack worked hard, and so did his colleagues.
Jack worked hard, and his colleagues did too.
Jack didn't bring anything, and neither did his sister.
Jack didn't bring anything, and his sister didn't either.
He has lived in this city for years, and so have we.
He has lived in this city for years, and we have too.
She has not seen that film yet, and neither has her boyfriend.
She has not seen that film yet, and her boyfriend hasn't either.
They have gone on vacation, and so has their son.
They have gone on vacation, and their son has too.
Billy has not finished his work yet, and neither have his companions.
Billy has not finished his work yet, and his companions haven't either.
I had heard a strange noise, and so had my friend.
I had heard a strange noise, and my friend had too.
He hadn't been there, and neither had his family.
He hadn't been there, and his family hadn't either.
They have time, and so do I.
They have time, and I do too.
They don't have money, and neither do we.
They don't have money, and we don't either.



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