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Neither am I

When you agree with a negative sentence you say Neither am I.

A van from a company called safe removals has crashed into a low bridge.

I’m not very good at driving.’
Neither am I.’

When you agree with a negative sentence you say Neither do/am/etc I.
(Neither + Auxiliary Verb + Subject)
• ‘I haven’t had a beer for a long time.’
‘Neither have I. Almost two days.’
• ‘He won’t be able to go fishing.’
‘Neither will I.’

Remember: Neither for negatives.
  • Exercise 1

    Remember: So for positives. Neither for negatives.
    Choose the correct reply to agree with the statement.

    Remember: So for positives. Neither for negatives.

    Choose the correct reply to agree with the statement.

    Exercise 2

    Remember: So for positives. Neither for negatives.
    Agree with the following statements.

    Remember: So for positives. Neither for negatives.

    Agree with the following statements.

    Exercise 3

    Decide if the statement after each reply is true or false.

    Decide if the statement after each reply is true or false.

  • Remember: Neither for negatives.

    I can’t see the mouse.’
    Neither can I.’

     Two owls are looking for a mouse and neither can see it.

  • Remember: Neither for negatives.

    I was never very good at art at school.’
    Neither was I.’

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