In English there are different ways of saying that you have something in common with somebody.
We use me too to tell someone that you are in a similar situation. We use it to respond to positive statements.
We use me neither to tell someone that you are also in a similar situation. We use it to respond to negative statements.
We can use auxiliary and modal verbs to say that somebody or something is the same instead of saying “me too” or “me neither”.
We can also use auxiliary and modal verbs to say that someone or something is different.
6 Uses of Auxiliary and Modal Verbs
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Say your sentence to each other and find someone who is the same or different.
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