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me either 和me neither哪個才對?

me either 和me neither哪個才對?

me either 和me neither哪個才對?

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  • 1 0 年前
    最佳解答

    the answer is me neither.

    negative sentences use nether

    posieive sentences use too

    noone uses me either

    correct are me,too me neither

    when can you use neither?

    when someone dont/doesnt/arent/isnt/...(means negative)and you,too.

    use me neither is correct.

    when someone is/are/do/does/...(means posieive)and you,too.

    use me,too is correct.

    2007-07-02 11:43:02 補充:

    Sorry my answer were answered in Japan so I cant use Chinese to answer.

    參考資料: me+myfather, me
  • 1 0 年前

    me neither 比較好 比較正式

    "me neither" = "neither do I" = "Nor I" = "I don't either"

    例子:

    A: I don't like that show

    B: Me neither (= neither do I = Nor I = I don't (like it) either"

    現在 在美國, 雖然不對, 一般人會說 "me either"

    有如:

    有些人會說 " I ain't no like that" = "I am not like that"

    雖然文法不對 因為 I ain't no like that 應該是 "I am like that"

    不過 一般人能了解 " I ain't no like that" = "I am not like that"

    所以 一般人能了解 me either 和me neither

    只是 me neither 文法對.

    2007-07-11 03:40:39 補充:

    I can't believe it! not right

  • 1 0 年前

    Short answer:

    "Me neither."

    Long answer:

    When someone says "I don't like that!" and you would like to agree with that person, you should say "I don't either" or "Neither do I" (formal ways to say it).

    "Me neither" is more concurrent culture, even though it is grammatically acceptable, this is not considered formal English, however this is perfectly fine in speeches.

    參考資料: My first language
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