Me, too/Me, neither

Me, too.

We say ‚me, too‘ when we agree with a positive statement.


‚I like apples.‘

‚Me, too.‘ ( I also like apples )

‚He lives in flat.‘

‚Me, too.‘ ( I also live in a flat )

‚She is married.‘

‚Me, too.‘ ( I am married too )

To disagree with a positive statement, we use ‚I don’t.‘


‚I work in a bank.‘

‚I don’t‘ ( because I work in a bar )

‚He lives in a house.‘

‚I don’t.‘ ( I live in a flat )

‚She is a nurse.‘

‚I am not.‘ ( I’m a teacher )

Me, neither.

We say ‚ Me, neither‘ when we agree with a negative statement.


‚I don’t live in London.‘

‚Me, neither.‘ ( I live in Leeds )

‚He doesn’t like custard.‘

‚Me, neither.‘ ( I don’t like it )

‚She isn’t married.‘

‚Me, neither.‘ ( I am single )

To disagree with a negative statement, we say ‚I do/I have‘ etc.


‚I don’t like pizza.‘

‚I do.‘ ( I love pizza )

‚He can’t drive.‘

‚I can.‘ ( I am a good driver )

‚She hasn’t got any pets.‘

‚I have.‘ ( I have a dog )