So, Too, Neither, Either

I have just created two new charts.

The first chart shows the structure of So + Auxiliary + Subject.
This is used to show agreement (and how you or someone else is similar) with a positive statement that the first person said.

SO + Auxiliary + Subject compared with TOO

The second chart shows the structure of Neither + Auxiliary + Subject.
This is used to show agreement (and how you or someone else is similar) with a negative statement that the first person said.

NEITHER + Auxiliary + Subject compared with EITHER

You can find more examples of the So + Auxiliary + Subject structure and the Neither + Auxiliary + Subject here: So vs Neither

Try our game to practice the difference between these words at: So – Neither – Either – English Grammar Game

We also have two other games that are about using the correct tenses with So + Auxiliary + Subject – English Grammar Game and Neither + Auxiliary + Subject – English Grammar Game.

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