So and Neither

We use so to agree with a positive sentence and neither to agree with a negative sentence.


A:I like milk shake. B: So do I.

A:He didn’t eat his breakfast. B:Neither did she.

To agree with a positive or negative sentence we use:

So/Neither + an auxiliary verb + a subject (pronoun) or a name


1. My sister goes to school by bus.


2. My parents are watching TV.


3. My mum hasn’t arrived yet.


4. She went on holiday two days ago.


5. She wasn’t ready for the test.


6. They had already booked a room.


7. She won’t answer such kind of questions.


8. Mary can’t speak Italian.


9. She will have read the book by Monday.


10. My friend isn’t used to getting up early.