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PET Unit 29 So -neither - either - nor

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PET Unit 29 So -neither - either - nor

  1. 1. 1 GRAMMAR – UNIT 29 AGREEMENT – DISAGREEMENT 1.- Positive: SO + AUXILIARY + SUJECT e.g.: I like music - So do I. 2.- Negative: NEITHER + AUXILIARY (positive) + SUJECT SUJECT + AUXILIARY (negative) + EITHER Nor + AUXILIARY (positive) + SUJECT Examples: □ He hasn’t made this cake. - Neither have we. □ I can't play tennis. - I can't either. □ They don't like coffee. - Nor do I. PET by Matifmarin. A. AGREEMENT SUJECTO + AUXILIARY (positive / negative) Examples: I like studying English. - I don't. I didn't studied for the exam. - I did. B. DISAGREEMENT
  2. 2. 2 GRAMMAR – UNIT 29 Expression Example both … and … I like both cats and dogs. so Jane likes cats. So do I. not … either Jane doesn't like cats. I don't like cats either. either … or … Jane either has a cat or a dog. neither/nor Jane doesn't like cats. Neither do I./Nor do I. neither … nor … I like neither cats nor dogs. Agreement: □ So + auxiliary verb + subject (with positive sentences) e.g. I am a student. So, am I. □ Neither + auxiliary verb + subject (with negative sentences) e.g. I am not a doctor. Neither, am I. □ Neither ... nor (conjunction to join two phrases): e.g.: The coat was neither cheap nor nice. REMEMBER!! As “neither” and “none” are already negative, we don’t use any auxiliary + not in a negative sentence. EXAMPLES: Neither of them didn’t see the movie. → Neither of them saw the film. None of us doesn’t speak Chinese. → None of us speaks Chinese. [None = not one] ● Notice that both of these sentences could be considered correct: None of us speaks Chinese. (= Not one); None of us speak Chinese. (Not any = neither you nor me speak) subject subject PET by Matifmarin.
  3. 3. 3 GRAMMAR – UNIT 29 I am afraid of spiders!! I must hurry, it’s late already. Goodness me!! So must I. You look good!! So do you! (you too) I neither like Christmas nor Thanks giving!! Neither can I. (Nor can I) (I can’t either) Help, I can’t swim!! So am I. (me too) Let’s work a bit!! PET by Matifmarin.
  4. 4. 4 GRAMMAR – UNIT 29 1. Complete the following with the correct form of agreement: 1. I like milk. ___________ 2. I can't drive a bus. _________ 3. I am a good student. _________ 4. I ate pizza yesterday. __________ 5. I have got a lot of friends. _________ 6. I didn't go to the cinema last month. __________ 7. I don't like oranges. _________ 2. Complete the following with the correct form of agreement using the words given: e.g. I like pizza. (Julia) —> So, does Julia. 1. I can play tennis. (Jerry) 2. I love chocolate. (my brother) 3. I am tall. (my friends) 4. I haven't done my homework. (Sue) 5. I don't like loud music. (my neighbour) 6. We can't speak Italian. (our friends) 3. Complete the following sentences with the correct form of disagreement using the words given: e.g. They went on holiday to Spain. (We) —> We, didn’t. 1. I like coffee with lots of sugar. (my sister) 2. They have finished their work. (we) 3. I don't understand German. (my friends) 4. I went to the cinema yesterday. (Peter) 5. She'll wake up very early on Sunday. (her mother) 6. He won't go to Peter's party. (his girlfriend and I) 7. They can't speak English. (my students) PET by Matifmarin.
  5. 5. 5 GRAMMAR – UNIT 29  EndEnd 1. Complete the following with the correct form of agreement. 1. So do I. 2. Neither can I. 3. So am I. 4. So did I. 5. So have I. 6. Neither did I. 7. Neither do I. 2. Complete the following with the correct form of agreement using the words given.  e.g. I like pizza. (Julia) —> So, does Julia.  1. So does Jerry. 2. So does my brother. 3. So are my friends. 4. Neither has Sue. 5. Neither do my neighbour. 6. Neither can our friends. / Our friends either. / Nor our friends. ANSWER 3. Complete the following sentences with the correct form of disagreement using the word given: e.g. They went on holiday to Spain. (We) —> We, didn’t.  1. My sister doesn't. 2. We haven't.  3. My friends do. 4. Peter didn't.  5. Her parents won't. 6. His girlfriend and I will. 7. My students can. PET by Matifmarin.
  6. 6. 5 GRAMMAR – UNIT 29  EndEnd 1. Complete the following with the correct form of agreement. 1. So do I. 2. Neither can I. 3. So am I. 4. So did I. 5. So have I. 6. Neither did I. 7. Neither do I. 2. Complete the following with the correct form of agreement using the words given.  e.g. I like pizza. (Julia) —> So, does Julia.  1. So does Jerry. 2. So does my brother. 3. So are my friends. 4. Neither has Sue. 5. Neither do my neighbour. 6. Neither can our friends. / Our friends either. / Nor our friends. ANSWER 3. Complete the following sentences with the correct form of disagreement using the word given: e.g. They went on holiday to Spain. (We) —> We, didn’t.  1. My sister doesn't. 2. We haven't.  3. My friends do. 4. Peter didn't.  5. Her parents won't. 6. His girlfriend and I will. 7. My students can. PET by Matifmarin.

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