I do not like my teacher ~ me neither (not me too). Me Too / Me Neither. But I think I hear people… or "Me neither." You need to get the negation in there somewhere. If you are trying to say, “me also,” then you want to say “me too.” Too is used in a couple of ways: 1. to demonstrate excessive behavior, “I ate too much pasta at dinner,” or, “She drives too fast.” 2. ? Agreeing with negative sentences can take both - 'me neither' or 'me too'. Speaker A: I don’t like going to the beach when it is cold outside. Me: So do I … Give me enough food to live on, neither too much nor too little. Does it matter? Speaker B: Me neither. When someone says something like: "I can't wait for the weather to clear up." However, I don't know whether "Me either" could work there or not. So do I means the same as me too. ? Dave: Me neither/ Neither do I/Me too (not). But it depends on the negative sentence's construction. Then Craig said so do I. I use 'so do I' to say that a positive sentence is also true for me, and I use 'neither do I' to say that a negative sentence is also true for me: John: I hate mushrooms. C: I said I like blue, you said so do I. R: Oh, I beg your pardon. “me neither” should be changed to “neither do I” or “me either” I see “me neither” used most frequently on the web. Me too= I also can't wait for warm weather. If it were in a negative mood say: Allen: I do not like painting on walls. Would a proper response be: "Me too." Free Download: 500+ English Phrases. According to me, grammatically it would be in this order of preference: So do I, Me too, Me either. Neither can I. I agree that "I can't either" would be a perfectly acceptable construction in spoken English, but I disagree that "Me either" would. The easiest way to agree in English is to say “Me too” (to agree with a positive statement) or “Me neither” (to agree with a negative statement): “I love strawberry ice cream.” “Me too!” Informally, in cases where you can say "me neither", you can say "me either". If the negative sentence has 'not', reply it with 'neither' and not 'too'. Me neither= I can't wait for warm weather either. Saying something affirmative, like "me too," is like answering affirmatively to a negative question, which is something we avoid doing in spoken English. When I said I like blue, wasn’t that what I said? So, Too, Neither and Either 'So do I' and 'neither do I' (Download this explanation in PDF here). According to an english grammar website, speaker B is wrong. If I’m too full, I might get independent, saying, ‘God? -- Created using Powtoon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. 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