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So, Too, Either & Neither by Mind Map: So, Too, Either & Neither

1. So & Too

1.1. So and Too are used with positive sentences

1.2. Examples

1.2.1. Lily likes ice cream

1.2.1.1. Clara does too.

1.2.1.2. So does clara

1.2.2. Her sister can swim

1.2.2.1. My sister can too

1.2.2.2. So can my sister

1.2.3. Jesse is very polite

1.2.3.1. Fred is too

1.2.3.2. So is Fred

1.2.4. Albert has a problem

1.2.4.1. Peter has too

1.2.4.2. So has Peter

1.3. Too comes at the end of the sentence right after the auxiliary verb

1.4. So comes at the start of the sentence, before de auxiliary verb

2. Either & Neither

2.1. Either and Neither are used with negative sentences

2.2. Examples

2.2.1. They don't like watching up early

2.2.1.1. I don't either

2.2.1.2. Neither do I

2.2.2. Mrs. Davis won't attend the meeting.

2.2.2.1. Mr. Jhonson won't either

2.2.2.2. Neither would Mr. Jhonson

2.2.3. Claire is not a good dancer

2.2.3.1. Alice isn't either

2.2.3.2. Neither is Alice

2.2.4. She hasn't finished the test

2.2.4.1. I haven't either

2.2.4.2. Neither have I

2.3. Either comes at the end of the sentence, after the negative verbs

2.4. Neither comes at the start of the sentence, before the verbs wich aren't in their negatives.

3. Axel Alvarado Torres 5LETO